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  1. Empire Contact SN pants and jersey! (pics too)

    27 November 2008 - 03:46 PM

    I got the white Empire Contact SN pants and white Empire Contact SN jersey a little over week ago and i played in them yesterday. i was very impressed.

    (i accidently posted this on the wrong thread on the 24 so mods don't kill me please)

    THE PANTS:

    very very durable. i slid across gravel and they were just fine. my legs were unharmed. the knees are really flexible however they along with the rest of the shin are covered in an almost kevlar-like material for protection. the hip area and butt area are heavily padded so you dont end up limping off the field. also, the groin is padded, so you dont end up in the fetal position crying when you get shot there.

    special features
    -micro fiber cloth in the right pocket thats attached to a nylon cord so it is never lost, but can clean off your mask.
    -neoprene (plastic-like material) covered zippers so the zipper itself stays clean and unjammed as well as the contents in the pocket.
    -it has belt loops just in case you need some extra support.
    -very light and breathable
    -looks great

    THE JERSEY:

    im equally impressed with the SN jersey. the elbows are heavily padded so your not getting them bruised and cut up on your elbows are forearms. the cuffs on the arm have thumbholes in them so they sleeves dont ride up your arm when you superman into a bunker, not only do they keep your jersey in place and protect your wrist, but they are also made of microfiber so you can clean splatter off you your goggles. the material of the torso of the jersey is also very breathable and stretchy so your not fighting to rotate. finally, i got my name, and number custom embroidered on the back of my jersey. the lettering looks great. the letters themselves are made of a plastic-like material thats pretty sturdy however its not sewn in. but seriously, you shouldn't be crawling around on your back all too much during a game so i doubt it really matters if its sewn in.

    special features
    -heavily padded elbow and forearms
    -very breathable
    -arm cuffs have thumbholes in them
    -arm cuffs are made of microfiber
    -torso is stretchy
    -custom embroidering is good
    -looks great

    heres the microfiber cuff
    Posted Image

    here's the back of the jersey and pants + the embroidering
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    here's the front of the jersey and part of the pants
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    now for all you die-hard woodsballers out there who only want things that will blend in the green, SN makes olive pants and jerseys for you with the same perks that my pants and jersey have


    any questions/comments, message me!
    thanks
    -hotch
  2. empire contact SN pants + jersey review

    24 November 2008 - 05:34 PM

    I got the white Empire Contact SN pants and white Empire Contact SN jersey a week ago and i played in them yesterday. i was very impressed.

    THE PANTS:

    very very durable. i slid across gravel and they were just fine. my legs were unharmed. the knees are really flexible however they along with the rest of the shin are covered in an almost kevlar-like material for protection. the hip area and butt area are heavily padded so you dont end up limping off the field. also, the groin is padded, so you dont end up in the fetal position crying when you get shot there.

    special features
    -micro fiber cloth in the right pocket thats attached to a nylon cord so it is never lost, but can clean off your mask.
    -neoprene (plastic-like material) covered zippers so the zipper itself stays clean and unjammed as well as the contents in the pocket.
    -it has belt loops just in case you need some extra support.
    -very light and breathable
    -looks great

    THE JERSEY:

    im equally impressed with the SN jersey. the elbows are heavily padded so your not getting them bruised and cut up on your elbows are forearms. the cuffs on the arm have thumbholes in them so they sleeves dont ride up your arm when you superman into a bunker, not only do they keep your jersey in place and protect your wrist, but they are also made of microfiber so you can clean splatter off you your goggles. the material of the torso of the jersey is also very breathable and stretchy so your not fighting to rotate. finally, i got my name, and number custom embroidered on the back of my jersey. the lettering looks great. the letters themselves are made of a plastic-like material thats pretty sturdy however its not sewn in. but seriously, you shouldn't be crawling around on your back all too much during a game so i doubt it really matters if its sewn in.

    special features
    -heavily padded elbow and forearms
    -very breathable
    -arm cuffs have thumbholes in them
    -arm cuffs are made of microfiber
    -torso is stretchy
    -custom embroidering is good
    -looks great

    here's the pants in white
    Posted Image

    this is me wearing the jersey and the pants
    Posted Image

    back of the jersey with my name and number
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    back of the jersey and pants with me wearing them
    Posted Image

    the cuffs with the microfiber
    Posted Image



    now for all you die-hard woodsballers out there who only want things that will blend in the green, SN makes olive pants and jerseys for you with the same perks that my pants and jersey have

    here's the olive pants (just as an example)
    Posted Image


    any questions/comments, message me!
    thanks
    -hotch
  3. Please end this madness

    23 August 2008 - 07:24 PM

    ok. i hate the jonas brothers. so do like 95% of guys and i bet 99.999% of guys on this forum. but i heard they are playing at this year's superbowl??? is this true?? will i really have to NOT watch the halftime show?

    :evil:
    :eck:
  4. Super accurate paintballs?

    21 August 2008 - 08:03 PM

    well i was going for a run today and i was thinking...

    i know that there is a lot of myth and mystery about longer barrels are more accurate, quieter... whatever. instead of thinking about what kind of barrel to use, what if we changed our view on paintballs?

    what are our options? at the start of the war, both the north and the south were using round marble-like shot. they are not aerodynamic at all. they go everywhere and usually don't go that far. then. the north started making rounds with points at the front of them. the new pointed bullets (although more expensive) flew faster, farther, and more importantly straighter.

    ok, so all we need to do is make bullet-shaped paintball rounds right? uhh... no. that won't work. guns cant take them. they also would be harder to design.

    other options? yes.

    golfballs!

    why do golfballs have dents in them? to make them look cool? the designers are delusional? NO. the exact opposite. the little dents in the golf ball allow air to flow past the ball more uniformly. thus, the shot flies farther and more accurately!

    now, is this applicable to our beloved paintball sniper? the answer relies on the paintball making industry. the shots i know would be harder to make and would have to be transported carefully. also they would cost more. but if the dented surface of the new paintball mirror's a golf ball's performance, you could save money by using less shots and getting more "gog shots".

    the only disadvantages i could possibly see in the design of these "sniper rounds" would be these

    1)going down the barrel. maybe more barrel breaks?

    2)will the paintball industry be willing to research the massive possibilities of these rounds?

    yes! i know the cost will go up. i know that. don't point it out again. but we're talking like talking like 5-10 shots a game so the cost for every game may go down for a player (depending on how much normal paint you use/how much super paint you would use)

    if these two problems could be overcome, these new rounds could be the new hot thing in paintball sniping ;)



    comments please :(

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    Bl33din' Aces 

    23 Feb 2009 - 13:50
    Sweet! Someone from PA.
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