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13 June 2009 - 11:58 AMBump.
08 June 2009 - 08:52 PMYah, that style is jacked. I met one speedball team like that, but when total partisipation finaly droped to the point they had only one opponant, they finaly split.
I bring a lot of newbies to my local (outlaw) field. The majority rules that my brother and I are almost never on the same team. When we are, it's us vs all, usualy 4-6 other players.
It is only fair to split up teams for even team/ squad strength. Especialy when the field in play was 98% built and maintained by two players and we go out there all the time just to hang-out away from houses.
05 May 2009 - 10:11 AMI will never understand why you would pay extra for a 98C and hack the foregrip off, rather than just spend less and get a BT-4 (A 98C with no fixed foregrip).
maybe its because my mod doesn't require the rail... and the dimensions would be wrong for the BT-4 height wise.
Or better yet. You probably already have a 98c.
What I don't understand is why cut off a grip just to bolt a grip back on ?. (I have 3 98s so if I want a grip I just change markers. I also hold the foregrip of my flatline shroud (a farther forward grip provides more stability).
Back to the subject. I wish that I had used a hacksaw instead of a dremel for the bulk of the cuting. Hacksaws cut way faster. For finnish, A combination of dremel/files/and sand paper are perfect.
Leaving the hole however, will leave an opening for dirt to enter the marker. This dirt will have to travel around and past the air hoseto reach the trigger assembly. Of course the amount of dirt will be descided by your playing habits and area played in. Also I don' think you will get much more dirt than through the trigger slot itself, but if you dont cover the hole it will; get dirty.
So cover it just to be lazy and have less cleaning/maintnence.
16 July 2008 - 06:59 PM
07 July 2008 - 07:47 PMmost people who believe that were using co2 with their rt, then switched to Hpa, but never returned it. So when they fired it didn't work right. You need to retune the RT for use with HPA. Start with it closed, then work the screw out til the sweet spot is right. With co2 i could try to empty my hopper, but even with a PPS stab i'd get shootdown and it would start dropping off very fast. With hpa i could empty my hopper in one long string, no shoot down, no drops, no nothing.
So no, co2 is not better with RT, HPA is. You just need to retune it to get it working right. Two different settings, one for co2, one for HPA.
I have to add that I've seen markers with the RT while using CO2 actually freeze up. It seems to happen on cooler days but none the less, I wouldn't want to be in a fire fight and have my marker freeze up.
The only time I have ever seen a CO2 tank freeze up was an e-griped A5 with remote coil, on a rather cold day. I always slow my rof on cold days with my responce triggered 98c. Also having extra tanks to change between games helps.
I actualy have better rapid fire acuracy with E-grips. I still use the responce trigger because, I enjoy the way the trigger simulates recoil in my finger (thinking ps2 dual shock).
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