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January 13, 1986
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  1. In Topic: Need some advice...

    12 November 2008 - 05:29 PM

    Jaron- I appreciate the advice. Like I said in an earlier post, I am very confident in my skills, and I understand that roles are not concrete. I usually play as a flanker, waiting for the guys with a little faster makers to lay down cover while I move into position. In the past few games I have kinda had to fill in for my fellow players, providing cover fire, engaging in firefights, flanking, running point, etc. What I was wondering was what pieces of gear allow you to be more versatile, not just marker upgrades, but suggestions on other gear such as kneepads, hydration packs, etc. as this will be my first scenario game and I would like to be well prepared. I'm not looking for marker upgrades that will make me shoot better, but instead suggestions on how to lighten my gear or make my marker easier to maneuver (anyone that has held a Banshee knows it is not so easy to maneuver).

    Z- Thanks for the advice. I will have to look into folding stocks. I'm considering converting my Banshee from an AK to an M4 or something similar (maybe an MP5?) to lighten the marker, and a folding stock would be a great idea!
  2. In Topic: Need some advice...

    12 November 2008 - 04:36 PM

    Oh I didn't think you were referring to me as a new player. I was saying that after rereading my original post I thought I kinda sounded like a noob lol. PM'd you back.
  3. In Topic: Need some advice...

    12 November 2008 - 04:05 PM

    Cool. That's what I figured about the Egrip and the weight of my marker. I just reread over my post and realized that it sort of sounds like I'm asking for advice on how to get my gun to do the job for me, but that's not what I am asking at all. I've been playing for a while and am very confident with my skills. I just kinda wanted some marker specific advice from BT owners (or 98 and A5 owners, as BT and Tippmann are very similar markers) on what other Sabres find works best for them so I can get an idea of things I can try out to tune my gear kit. Also, anybody that has any advice about any additions they made to their gear kit that made them more effective or efficient (for example using boots that breath better to keep your feet from sweating) would be greatly appreciated. :P
  4. In Topic: BT 4 Banshee for sale

    12 November 2008 - 09:27 AM



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