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06 April 2008 - 12:22 PMinterested in A5A2 foregrip with tombstone. willing to part?
12 September 2007 - 08:35 PMits been started and its being done. very well i might add, just look it up, the dude has some good ideas. search button.
you guys are definitely right about the mobility thing, what i mean is that a hammer already has to pretty much have his whole body poking out in order to fire. the dude just needs to know how to play his position well and deal with his limited mobility. but short stocks are way more mobile and unobtrusive than a metal belt or chest plate. i see your point but i dont see a more mobile option. this will at least take the tank off the gun and set the remote line farther back for more twisting room. it would also add to accuracy (EVERY position requires a degree of accuracy), and stability. it could even be folded down when not playing if you use a strap on the top
12 September 2007 - 08:21 PMwell put.
with the number thing, just edit the opening post and at the bottom put "IF YOU SUPPORT THIS, PM ME FOR A NUMBER TO PUT IN YOUR SIG!" then just keep track of the number of people that PM you so you can assign them a number. first come first served basis. im number one
10 September 2007 - 06:08 PMThis would make it hard to play aggressively because of the reduction in agility, your increased size, and the fact that you would no longer be able to snap-shoot or get into a small tight spot to aim from. I personally prefer a super-compact setup and snap-shooting. You would not be able to run, crawl, or do any kind of quick movements with this.
That was my constructive criticism . Here's my positive remarks:
Other than that, it sounds like a great idea. There's not always a need to run or crawl, so this would really help you mow down the field with that many paintballs in the air. This would be great for defence. If you're a big guy who loves to have hundreds of paintballs flying through the air with the turn of a crank, then by all means go for it!
they're solid, immovable, unstoppable forces of destruction. weight and mobility are a non-issue for hammers. thyre backup or frontline anyway, never ambush or deep inside enemy lines. i dont think crawling and being small are necessary. but your ideas are good.
i just think that if those pieces had to be in any way a part of a hammers gameplay, the hammer would never have been invented. theyre basically walking tanks.