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Do what it says.
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33 years old
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October 22, 1981
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Franklin, LA USA

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  1. In Topic: Official Ion Owners

    19 April 2009 - 07:18 PM

    Oh well, I'd just as soon sign in.

    Ion Owner No. 70!*

    *Yes, I know I skipped 69, but when I played hockey in high school I was #70 ^_^ I'll let the lowbrow folks fight over #69 instead. :panzer:
  2. In Topic: SP1 upgrades

    19 April 2009 - 06:16 PM

    View PostMatch99, on Apr 19 2009, 07:22 PM, said:

    Hey guys, haven't been on in some time! Wanna help meh out?
    I'm currently running with an SP1. Specs are:
    SP1
    20 oz tank
    stock reg
    Redz Peppersticks barrel (.689 insert)
    Ricochet apache hopper
    semi only board

    I need something. Not more firepower, I'm happy with that. I want accuracy. So I'm thinking getting a stock and remote lining for a better ergonomic set up. But then my view won't be as good. Also, I've experienced some chopping. So I wanna fix that. What upgrade would you suggest to increase consistency and accuracy? Should I remote line/ stock?


    I'd switch out your CO2 for HPA, as you won't experience velocity spikes with the same ferocity as you currently experience.

    As for a stock, for the first time in ages I played without a stock for an extended period of time and right near the top of my "To Buy" list is to get a T2W stock for my Ion. It makes a big difference, especially near the end of gameplay days when fatigue can set in. Using a marker with a stock and a remote will go a long way to eliminating fatigue because (obviously) your marker will be noticeably lighter... as long as you limit the tactiKEWL stuff you hang off of it. As far as increasing accuracy, how comfortable would you be using a sight? Of course, the SP-1's feedneck is set up vertically, but considering how most paintballers who do not have sights aim without their gun being perpendicular to the ground, you could put a sight on one of the angled rails, preferably a reflex sight that you can use without the need to focus down a sight. As for your chopping issue, I know there is ostensibly a plan to bring out an eye upgrade for the SP-1/Vibe and Virtue boards, so you could get a jump on that by getting a Virtue board.
  3. In Topic: Ion Package, used once, great deal + Empire Reloader

    29 March 2009 - 06:45 PM

    Check your PMs
  4. In Topic: stock ion brand new still in box trade for he egrip

    25 March 2009 - 09:12 PM

    Check your PMs.
  5. In Topic: Radios?

    18 March 2009 - 08:38 PM

    Uniden makes a Vox headset mic that I've seen people set up in their mask.

    You can pick it up here for $7 plus shipping.

    I know lots of folks here don't like VOX, but if you don't mind playing with your GMRS radio's settings, it'll usually work just fine.

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