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09 December 2011 - 12:49 PMYup, thats Norman Reedus.
I didn't realize it at first because I thought that there was no way in hell the guy from Boondock Saints wasn't Irish. The accent was too good!
When I figured out it really was the same guy in The Walking Dead, I couldn't believe it.
07 December 2011 - 02:01 PMI didn't catch that whole thing about electro's being delicate...
This is 2011...
At the woodsball field I frequent, most of; MOST OF, the players running in the woods are using an electro of some sort.
It could be a tourney gun or on of the BT's.
Tourney and Electro guns work just fine in the woods.
Tippmanns are not bad guns, but they certainly aren't invincible.
05 December 2011 - 08:01 AMMost of the stuff you could possibly attach to rails on a paintball gun is for aesthetics and little more.
If you decide on a Tippmann, I would suggest replacing the barrel. The stock one (8.5") that comes with the A5 and X7 is hugely overbored and short.
The Hammerhead is BS. It's a nicely made barrel, but isn't any more effective than any other aftermarket barrel. Rifling is a gimmick and the price is outrageous.
You can't go wrong with a J&J Ceramic or any of the barrels from Lapco. If you want to spend a little more, Stiffi makes carbon fiber barrels. Keep the length to 14" maximum.
The best things you can do for accuracy is having an optimum length barrel, running HPA, and most importantly - keeping your gun and hopper spotless inside.
Just remember - you do not need to spend a fortune to have fun and play paintball well!
04 December 2011 - 08:45 PM
28 November 2011 - 09:03 AMIf only Darryl kicked Shane's ass...
And now two months of waiting