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Let's do dis!!
Age:
30 years old
Birthday:
October 4, 1983
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Male Male
Location:
South Georgia
Interests:
Paintball<br />DIY paintball (launchers, mines, grenades)

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  1. In Topic: Mag Question

    16 June 2010 - 02:49 PM

    Yeah, I posted on MC Brown and got a response. This particular insert is called a helicoil. Apparently, I am missing one. I used to work at a hardware store and I remember them (but that was over 8 years ago, so...). It appears to be quite a simple fix.

    In this pic, note how the sizes of the holes are different. The back hole (on the right) is missing the insert, while the insert is visible on the front hole.
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  2. In Topic: Mag Question

    15 June 2010 - 10:00 PM

    Yeah, it is strange. I had to look at it for a little bit to see it. I just figured the aluminum was tapped (like it is in others) and had been stripped out.
  3. In Topic: DIY goggle fan

    26 May 2010 - 08:45 AM

    I actually have two small fans mounted right above my lens. One blows in and the other blows out and the circulation is outstanding (to the point that it will dry out my eyes), which is why I have a momentary switch mounted. I had two 9v batteries hooked up to it at first, but cut it back to one so that the fan speed would slow down.

    When I can, I'll get a picture up.
  4. In Topic: DIY goggle fan

    22 May 2010 - 08:24 PM

    I've got a small CPU fan in my mask. It's hooked up to a 9v and a momentary switch. I had a regular toggle switch on it at first but changed it. The fan does a great job at clearing fog within only a matter of seconds, but having it on for too long makes my eyes dry out. So now all I have to do is just hold the momentary switch for a second or so and it works fine.
  5. In Topic: Red dot sights

    22 May 2010 - 08:06 PM

    I've got one of these on my A5. It's a Centerpoint dot sight with red and green adjustable brightness and goes for about 50 bucks at Walmart. Mine has taken at least 3 different hits with paintballs and I can wash it with just water.
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