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26 February 2010 - 06:34 PMStraight semi-auto is always a winner. It's also my personal favorite, as I can hit my home field's posted ROF limit on pure semi. It also allows for precise single shot or double taps (I rarely shoot more than 3 paintballs in a string)
To my knowledge, D-Day allows for all forms of ramping or other firing modes, as long as it is not true full automatic (hold down trigger for repeated firing).
With HPA, any rate of fire will work so you're good to do whatever you want.
I would maintain a slow ROF on CO2, especially if you have no real means to prevent liquid from getting in near the solenoid.
thanks, they only allow semi auto there, and i hate hoppers soo much i usually us a 45 round mini hopper on mine anyway, so i don't do much random shooting lol. but if you have any ides on the actual board settings that would be a huge help. Im just trying to get it to were it will shoot strait with out the final curv at the end. Thanks!!!
02 November 2008 - 06:19 PMI've got a welt-shaped scar from D-Day '08 (No, they weren't shooting hot, it was just a close-ranged shot to an arm that was already sunburnt to hell-pasty Canuck + Oklahoma sun = crispy Canuck), does that count?
on the pain factor i think it counts lol.
01 November 2008 - 01:57 AMidk i was wanting to get a tattoo, but i didnt know what and paintball crossed my mind. -Sent from my helio Ocean
29 October 2008 - 10:46 PM
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