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21 June 2009 - 03:51 PMSince I haven't seen it mentioned already, if you do really want a camo mask, JT has a Flex 8 in camo... Uses the Spectra lens (same as Pro Flex and Flex 7's I believe) meaning dual pane...
12 April 2009 - 10:09 PMWell my local shop only stocks DXS Triumph for some reason, at $40 a case. I tried some of it out and it curves like crazy, so that means I'm going to have to buy paint from a big sporting goods store who has a better selection, including PMI Premiums.
Well don't write it off yet. It could have been bad paint. Any paint if bad will do that. Also you could be shooting hot- that will do it. Have you chrono'ed yet?
12 April 2009 - 04:57 PMyour paint to barrel match is going to be effected by tempurature, bore your barrel in what not.
really your best option is going to be to try it out. once you use some and then pick-up a different style, you will have something to compare against.
What he said...
J&J barrels are somewhat inconsistent in their sizing. Premiums worked in one of my barrels really well, but not so much in the other.
05 April 2009 - 08:34 AMHmmm.... Interesting. I'll have to check it out. It wouldn't make me go out and get one right now though as I have 5 20's as it is. It would be a good idea for those who can't service their own tanks (add anti-siphon). Not really a problem for me. BTW Puz, I still intend to make a write up on anti-siphon (that's if you even remember), I've just gotten side tracked.
edit: never mind about the whole anti-siphon thing... I'm being a retard and didn't read before I posted...
edit 2: after reading even more about it, all it really has is a level indicator (ehhh) and a safety valve. The valve should never be an issue because they are supposed to install them properly. IF installed properly, they don't come off and people don't get hurt, however I've taken a couple off (from the factory) that were really loose- nowhere near proper torque.
As for the level thing, I suppose it could be a help, but for me, it wouldn't. I can go all day on one 20oz, even shooting close to 1000 rounds. I'm sure the magnet isn't like the ones you are used to seeing (think speaker magnet) that chip and flake. They make them in all sorts of configurations and materials.
05 April 2009 - 08:27 AMWell, if you have CO2 closer at hand, you could try the Vibe??? It would handle the CO2 well enough and shoot decently.