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Member Title:
R.I.P. Dime
Age:
23 years old
Birthday:
December 27, 1990
Gender:
Male Male
Location:
Mississippi
Interests:
Hunting, Fishing, Shooting, Music, Paintball

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  1. In Topic: Great Day of Paintball Today!

    13 June 2010 - 09:43 PM

    I spent all weekend sweeping and cleaning airport hangars! Glad to hear someone had a good weekend thou. :o
  2. In Topic: Stock Class Cocker?

    05 March 2010 - 08:37 AM

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    This is what a lot of people do. Nock out the feedneck on a right feed, and drill and tap for a phantom feed. Mines got a helicoil where it's been tapped for the feed to insure the threads aren't stripped.
  3. In Topic: Remote vs Drop Forward

    31 October 2009 - 09:21 AM

    Only way for you to find out what you like is to try each and see how comfortable they are for you.
  4. In Topic: 50 lb co2

    27 October 2009 - 03:18 PM

    Anyone out there know the exact amount of usable c02 there is in a 50 lb tank?
  5. In Topic: Scenario Fields

    24 October 2009 - 12:03 PM

    One word WOODS, lots and lots of woods, and only woods. I enjoy playing with some structure, but I started out playing outlaw ball in just woods environments and its what I like the most. I really enjoy very thick woods the most, but I live in the deep south and thick woods is almost the only type of woods there is. Some bunkers, some structures, and trenches can make the game more fun and interesting but if they're set in the thick stuff, I become a very happy player.

    What's cool about Mississippi is the wind blown hills that make a very inconsistant topography and "ridgey." Not moutanious by any means, of course, but very hilly and scarred.

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