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Member Title:
68 Kaliber Killer Sabre
Age:
21 years old
Birthday:
September 2, 1993
Gender:
Male Male
Location:
Canada
Interests:
Paintball

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T-Rex

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Posts I've Made

  1. In Topic: Official Sabre Recognition Group

    05 February 2011 - 04:54 PM

    It feels good to be such a low number.
  2. In Topic: True or False

    05 February 2011 - 03:57 PM

    False, it makes me feel tough.

    TNP plays video games at least twice a week.
  3. In Topic: True or False

    25 May 2010 - 11:39 AM

    False


    TNP plays COD
  4. In Topic: How long can you leave your tank full for?

    20 May 2010 - 01:00 AM

    Legato, on May 16 2010, 03:44 AM, said:

    Not at all...you can leave tanks filled indefinitely. In fact they say not to completely empty HPA tanks or store them emptyfor long periods of time. I have had my hpa tanks filled with air for years at a time. I think my Dye Peanut is up for hydro in October, i don't think it has had a day since the first fill where it didn't have at least 2k PSI in it. That's 4+ years there...had the same thing with my Crossfire tank that i sold a year ago.

    The only thing to worry about is your Hydrotest date. If it's past hydro/expired, no one will fill your tanks or let you use them at a field. How long the tank stays filled for doesn't really matter.

    Only other thing i can say is if you use Co2 don't leave your tanks filled next to a heating source (space heater, wall heater, things like that) as the heat will expand the CO2 and likely vent the burst disk. There were some dumb kids who got their tanks filled, placed them ON TOP of a heater... then when tehy tanks blew apart (burst disks failed cause the kids worked on them themselves and failed to properly install them right) and the kids moms were freaking out saying how dangerous PB was and how we use bombs...when their children are dumb as rocks and it's all their fault. I have had CO2 tanks filled for years and never had an explosion....i don't put mine next to heat sources.


    That pretty much sums it up. Thanks!
    That's a big load off my mind.
  5. In Topic: Laptop battery and charging

    24 January 2009 - 07:50 PM

    My charging times fluxuate. My battery is still fine.

    My Laptop is a mac. Check your battery type.

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    T-Rex 

    06 Jul 2007 - 11:51
    ThirdI Talked To Me!!!!!!!
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    ThirdI 

    06 Jul 2007 - 01:40
    Well in that case....
    RANDOM COMMENT! :)
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    ThirdI 

    01 Jul 2007 - 20:10
    You left a comment for me. Not sure if I know you. Where would I know you from?
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    Sp.Ed 

    29 Jun 2007 - 14:23
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    T-Rex 

    17 Jun 2007 - 13:15
    hey leave a comment!
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