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Paintball Museum Spotlight - ICD Indian Creek Design Alley Cat

Alley Cat


Manufacturer: ICD Indian Creek Design
Year: 1995

The valve and and inline hammer and bolt for all these markers are interchangeable with each other and, except for the hammer, with the Puma and Bobcat. Most cost reductions were made in the design and milling of the receivers. The lower receiver is shallower so the grip is closer to the barrel and the center of gravity is lowered. The trigger guard and grip mounting flange are milled as a separate part and attached with bolts hidden under the sear. The safety was redesigned to run through a hole in the trigger instead of blocking the front tip of the trigger lever as in the Puma and Bobcat. This safety design was also used for the Desert Fox. The vertical ASA adapter was moved from the angled front of the lower receiver when the height was reduced to attach directly in front of the trigger guard beneath the valve.

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