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Buttered Toast
Age:
21 years old
Birthday:
November 10, 1992
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Location:
Bayville, NJ
Interests:
Paintball, paintball, and hiding on my friends until they come by and then letting loose on them, paintball, Ed, Edd, 'n' Eddy, paintball, golf, paintball, cows, all on a sesame seed bun.

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  1. Red Dot for Electro Guns

    24 January 2009 - 03:34 PM

    I was thinking of how more and more nowadays, you see people in scenario games with electro guns and speedball-based markers rather than woodsball-oriented guns (as of recently, myself included.) However, we still get hit with pangs of jealousy in spite of our expensive guns when we see a tactical-style marker, and I know I wish that I could use a red dot sight on my Invert Mini. Then I noticed that there is a decent mounting area on the cam-lock feed neck of most of these guns. What it Spec Ops made a tightenable ring to go around the feed neck and had either R.I.S. or 3/8 dovetail rails on the side for mounting sight and scopes? There are plenty of products out there that allow you to put rail hardware on your barrel, but that's a little too far from my eye for my preference. If there was some easy, affordable way to attach a sight onto a tourney gun with, I would definitely get one for when I play woodsball and scenario. It would make a nice addition to the T2W stock, wouldn't you agree?

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