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future property of the USMC
21 years old
October 14, 1992
Male Male
Bloomington, In
Paintball, Shooting, knives, sharp objects, and things that go BOOM!

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  1. In Topic: My pet peeves.

    08 January 2009 - 07:33 PM

    My biggest pet peeves at the moment are my team members who don't listen to their commander who happens to be me and then say that are defeat is my fault or my other squad's commander's fault. We are both very capable of doing our jobs they just need to listen. I also hate the playeres that go around and brag about how good they are until I light them up with more paint than usual. And I can't forget my own personnal favorite bring your ownDO NOT DODGE THE FILTERSfill in the blank) squegee.
  2. In Topic: Things you hate about paintball

    08 January 2009 - 07:16 PM

    Extreme braggers, all around bad sports, aholes, and the people hiding in the corner to afraid to come out and get shot.
  3. In Topic: flatline?

    08 January 2009 - 06:51 PM

    I say go with the Apex. It is cheaper, easier on paint, not very picky, and you can turn it off to get better close range accuracy unlike the flatline. You also have the advantage of the other modes it has. I hate the stock barrel though it is horribly inaccurate at any range unless the apex is on. I mounted mine on a PMI 14" Razor barrel. It is a $15 barrel and will put ball on top of ball every time. I mounted the apex on this useing a $15 apex adapter from J&J and a dremel with a grinding stone to take off the excess metal from the barrel so the adapter would slide over it.
  4. In Topic: crawl time

    08 January 2009 - 06:42 PM

    I'm never prone for that long but when I take fire from an unknown location I'm on the ground. You are harder to hit on the ground and the prone postion is about the most stable shooting position you can ask for. I'm prone in most of my woodsball games.
  5. In Topic: Response trigger or E-grip

    08 January 2009 - 06:36 PM

    I have both. I prefer the e-grip but the response trigger is legal on more feilds. THe e-grip is faster depending on th eboard you get. The e-grip has more modes and is easier to use because the response trigger is very picky on were you hold the trigger. If you know the response trigger well enough you can get it to fire a single burst or go full auto with it while still being able to use semi and not change a thing. You have to keep the resonsoe tuned because the screw that controls the air flow starts to back out on you when you've been firing a lot do to the vibrations. When your air gets low the response starts to lose preformance and stops all together but the same thing happens when the battery gets low on an e-grip. My battery life is about 10,000 shots. I prefer the e-grip but if you can overcome the responses problems it is a great upgrade and it is better in harsh weather.



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