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- You went over my helmet?!
- 21 years old
- December 28, 1991
- Power, Destruction, and maybe a little bit of Paintball on the side...
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20 January 2008 - 08:39 PMI got a black PASGT SWAT helmet to complete my SWAT set up and tryed it out the other day. This thing is awesome. If
you are tired of those head shots that can really be painful sometimes i reccomend this. It looks so milsim and realistic it
gives you a new intimidation factor. It protects your head very well and fits over masks. however, there are a couple small
flaws to it. I havent used it in hot weather but i can imagine it getting a bit hot. also it looks great but you dont want a big
bulgy mask to go with it or it looks kind of funny. I use v-force profiler.
Helmets are fun to wear, but you should also add in a couple of things.
Wearing helmets can make the job pretty hot; and without a helmet cover, it could have a shiny surface that allows enemies to see you. Not only this, but it allows paintballs to break more easily around your cranium.
I usually prefer to wear helmets in Airsoft just because everything is already mil-sim. I only wear my helmet when I feel like having bragging rights against a horde of enemies that typically aim for the head.
23 September 2007 - 06:57 PMIt allows you to shoot at fast velocities.
The spring, coupled with the C02 or Compressed Air, are the main factors that determine the velocity.
The harder the spring, the more power you have in your shots.
However, having an extremely strong spring could be a bad thing; some parks cut the spring so you can shoot around 275 FPS.
17 September 2007 - 05:08 PMYeah, I hate it when new players deck themselves out, when they clearly don't deserve the gear.
Not only that, I have a motto. "Your equipment is supposed to conform to you, not the other way around."
New Players just buy gear without deciding what type of player they want to be. They might end up playing like a Dagger, yet they have the equipment for a Broadsword or a Hammer.
I don't know exactly why; it's just irritating. You expect them to do something remotely useful, and they don't. Their equipment is supposed to say something about their experience level, but it proves useless.
17 September 2007 - 05:00 PMTry adding an eye-patch to that lazy-eye of yours! Chicks dig eyepatches!
Also, since I've never experienced a Lazy Eye or partial blindness, I'm not sure how to help you.
My suggestion is to constantly practice and hone your ability to perform. Soon, you'll overcome any obstacle.
As for watching your flanks, I suggest that you use your ears, and check your flanks often. Think of it as scanning your mirrors while driving a car; just make constant, quick checks if you have suspicions of an enemy flank.
14 September 2007 - 07:24 PMOk Lord Brain Bucket...study these Videos
Thank you for the link.
HOWEVER, I SHALL NOT ACCEPT THIS INSULT!
MR. BLASTY, FIRE THE LASER!!!
And now, I have destroyed the planet known as Alderaan, my vengeance is complete. (Star Wars reference XD)
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