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  1. In Topic: Tippmann to Sponsor Bad Karma Paintball Team

    18 January 2010 - 02:09 PM

    And here I thought paintball would only be recreational for me. Never thought I'd make it to this level. Wow.
  2. In Topic: Our Special Ops Paintball New Owner Brian "MOATI" Russell Ne

    30 December 2009 - 02:01 PM

    Brian, you've helped me so much and given me I don't know how much in gear customizations. I wish I could help more.
  3. In Topic: Is HPA worth it?

    30 December 2009 - 01:46 PM

    It's not just consistency at high rates of fire. I've frosted a CO2 tank using a bone stock Alley Cat back in the day ( in Florida no less, ) and that only took 20 shots at 5 bps. HPA is just consistent in all conditions, period.

    The biggest thing I caution people about CO2 is proper safety. Be sure to re-chrono multiple times per day as the temperature changes. Never leave a CO2 tank in direct sunlight. Don't misunderstand, CO2 is great for rec players and is "good enough" for many people. If you're fine with you're shooting consistency, then you don't need to worry about it. But if you can, try to use an HPA tank once or twice and see if it improves your game a little.
  4. In Topic: Is HPA worth it?

    29 December 2009 - 04:03 PM

    What exactly are you considering "high-end" that you won't get? A Mini or G3 certainly aren't "high-end" ( though they are very good for the price, ) but they don't work on CO2. I understand either not wanting to or not having the money to upgrade, but with the price of quality electros falling, you might end up with one sooner than you think.

    As for finding a used HPA tank, now is the time to look. A lot of people clear out their gear bags in the winter so they can buy next year's stuff.
  5. In Topic: Is HPA worth it?

    29 December 2009 - 12:15 PM

    View PostTeddy K, on Dec 29 2009, 11:44 AM, said:

    I believe he lives in south carolina.

    Blast it all, that's the second time I've done that today. I must need some sleep or something so I read correctly.

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