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25 years old
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October 18, 1988
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Lansing, Michigan
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Pretty much my only real interests are my girlfriend, paintball, and lacrosse. But soccer is pretty sweet too.

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  1. In Topic: So I have a new project

    25 May 2011 - 12:21 PM

    Aqua's pretty much spot on. Really for you I wouldn't worry too much about trying to get it to be perfect in one day. Get it assembled and chronoed one day and play with it. If you like how it shoots, then don't worry too much bout the burp.

    BTW I've been working on an mini orracle for a while. Here's where I'm at so far.
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    Stylistically, the only thing I personally feel needs to be on an orracle is a 15* asa. Sadly, I couldn't find any pump kits like that. Instead I found a guy that made the frontblock you see on mine. Besides that, I'd go with whatever you think looks best as most parts, besides pump kits, all perform well. It comes down to preference. If you like to get new parts. Check Shocktech, Carter Machine, CCM, and I think Belsales might still be round. Oh, and I&I sports has a lot of new old stock parts from companies that went under.
  2. In Topic: Pump Discussion Thread V.3

    13 December 2010 - 06:05 PM

    People will ask you if it's a shotgun. And you'll be referred to as "the pump guy." Anything old will be brought to you for your opinion before taking it to a local shop. It's kinda awkward at first, but its always a good laugh.

    Biggest thing though, go out and have fun.
  3. In Topic: Agg or Not?

    13 December 2010 - 05:56 PM

    No matter what they do, there will always be sideline coaching. However, they could prevent people from have signs and such. That's really the only thing I can't stand.
  4. In Topic: Pump Discussion Thread V.3

    10 December 2010 - 12:27 PM

    Nice pic Stuntman! Boy I can't wait to get out there again with my pump. It's been way too long. It's sad to say my pm8 gets more time, but I'll be out there all day next week locked into rock, cock, splat!

    Oh and I found a treat for you guys. Not much, but you can tell it's me cuz the old school SOPC shirt! which we should def do another run of, I'd buy a couple myself again.
  5. In Topic: Agg or Not?

    10 December 2010 - 12:16 PM

    I do actually, and I prefer it the way they're changing it to.

    My team actually lost in the top 8 at MAO, World Cup and Phoenix playing teams that practice each format 2+ times a week. The day before the first matches (typically Wed) all fields are up and any player can walk them.

    The biggest thing they need to work on cutting out is the sideline coaching on the fan side. By not releasing the layout, they will reduce it a bit. One team we play has like a dozen parents that hold up signs that say what bunker we're at, number of players, etc. It's horse crap in my book. If tournaments want to become legit, they need to start having them sanctioned a little better. I mean how many football games do you go to where a whole section tells one team what offensive play or defensive set is being called?

    I do have to say that MAO was by far the best layout I've played in years. I don't know how many times I ran down the dorito side bunkerin 2-3 people a time. With the A on one side, no one could see you till you passed the 50.


    Oh btw, if anyone wants to learn a little something bout agg, or just have a good read check this out.

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    XHUSKY7 

    29 Jan 2009 - 14:13
    thanks for the help on the pump gun
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