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06 April 2008 - 05:20 PMI only really play in my back yard with anywhere from 10-14 people, but I wanted to mix up the play style a bit by allowing 1 or 2 people on each team to use shields... My question is: what size should the shields be? I'm thinking about 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide- just enough to give some cover, but not enough to completely hide behind. Is this a good size, or should it be bigger/smaller?
09 March 2008 - 12:48 PMLet me begin by saying I love woodsball. Not speedball. I only like how speedball markers look, feel, and are generally more maneuverable (no stocks). That being said:
Strange body, Strange trigger, 14" DeadlyWind Fibur, L7 bolt, 360 QEV, Q-lock, Element V2 frame, Custom grips, CP micro razor drop, CP on/off ASA
Plan on buying:
CP short regulator (black-red fade), Killa detents, Virtue board, Virtue eyes (red)
I love how quiet this thing is and how the balance point is right in the grip. Let me know what you think- if you have any comments/questions/suggestions, let me know! (I have also added the gauge, but at the time I took the pictures, it was not installed.)
28 November 2007 - 04:43 AMMy friend currently has a 98 Custom with a flatline barrel, electric hopper (not sure what kind), and 72/30 Pure Energy HPA tank. He used to love his setup, but just the other day he asked me to find him a good marker around $200-250... I told him right way to get an Ion because he tried mine and loved it, but he said that he doesn't want one. He also said that he didn't want the A5. We always play woodsball, but he is pretty careful with his gear- he doesn't need something rediculously durable, but not something weak either. So... any suggestions?
Currently, he likes the VS2...
06 November 2007 - 05:56 PMI currently have a DeadlyWind Fibur, L7 bolt, CP Sling trigger, and 360 QEV- everything else is stock. I know that one of the first things I hear will be "get a new feedneck!" I know that I need one, but I'd rather wait until I get a new hopper because the current one fits fine. I am pretty much considering:
Body (DTI3 or other body that serves purposes other than aesthetics)
It looks like the only things left are the frame, regulator, and kitchen sink. If you could offer any suggestions on what to get and why (even something other than what is listed), that would be great. I'm leaning towards the DTI3 due to the bolt-out-back, rails, and option for a stock. My current hopper is barely alive- it is lacking the battery cover and has several cracks (nothing duct tape can't fix for the time being), so I know that I will need a new hopper. The Apache seems to be a good choice here because of the cost and the fact I don't need something to feed 20+ if I am only shooting up to 10-15 bps in worst case scenarios. The ASA and DXS tank are really just matters of convenience, but I would like something lighter than the lead weight I currently use. Sorry for the long post- just trying to answer possible questions in advance.
22 September 2007 - 12:15 PMI currently have an Ion with a carbon fiber barrel and a 72ci tank, which, needless to say, makes the marker INCREDIBLY back-heavy. If I were to run my tank on a remote, it would really make it a lot easier to maneuver and aim. I know that the sticky says to run the air on-gun rather than on a remote and I never hear any posts about daggers using remotes, but why?
...I know what you are probably thinking- "Wow why would you buy a heavy tank like that as a dagger" but I usually play in my yard, so I need the air to last all day (that and I got the tank for $50 with a cover)...
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