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  1. In Topic: a-5 e-grip???

    26 June 2008 - 11:58 PM

    thanks alot i'll try and if something dosnt work i'll write you :sick:
  2. In Topic: tac-one

    12 June 2008 - 07:28 AM

    wao 20 acres is alot...how long does a game last??
    and in how many do you play???
    i would love to try plaing in so much space..
  3. In Topic: tac-one

    11 June 2008 - 06:01 AM

    View Postquestionful, on Jun 10 2008, 10:09 PM, said:

    Here's what I would do.

    So what you should do is order the parts separately. If you want it new, you can have it shipped to someone you trust in a country where it's legal, then they can separate the parts into a few different boxes. Here's the way you should pack them to avoid suspicion:
    Box #1) Air tank (if you don't already have one), tac body, hopper, air lines. Claim they are parts for a pneumatic feeding system for a machine.
    Box #2)X-valve, gripframe, foregrip, ASA. Claim they are parts for a pneumatic tool of some sort.
    Box #3)barrel, rail, screws. Claim it is equipment for a laboratory.
    Have the 3 boxes shipped at different times so you're not picking them all up at the same time.

    So how much paintball is there in italy? Do you currently own a paintball gun?



    thanks alot.... thats what i want to do too...
    here in italy everybody plays paintball more in the north of italy..
    i have a tippmann 98 custom with response trigger we only play woodsball tho but other people have speedball places too..
    you guys are lucky over there...i willl love to play like yopu guys do but you know some people that i play with dont understand poo
    we have uor paintball field is like 150 meter long and 50..55 meter wide so its not really big and tactics are allways the same ones..i would like to change them and do differt tactics but only 3 of us are actuallly smart the others dont care..and thats really sad..
    what about you guys..?? hoe do you play and how long does 1 of your battle last..ours last about 15...20 minuts long and we play like 5 or 6 times but i would like that it will last longer...i love paintball so much really..but some people just dont understand..
    tell me something about how you guys play...?
  4. In Topic: tac-one

    10 June 2008 - 10:46 AM

    View PostLegato, on Jun 10 2008, 04:54 PM, said:

    The only thing i could say is, you could risk importing it and ask them to claim it's paintball gear on the slip, not a marker, or worse yet if they call it a gun. I know Aussie Bloke and some of the other Austrailian guys have some crazy intense laws too on paintball markers. Maybe one of them will come in and let us know what they do.

    Is paintball legal there? or is it just that if a marker looks too much like a gun there is a problem? If that's the problem, look into other Automag bodies. Ule, RT, Karta, things like that. They don't resemble a gun nearly as much, as none of them have rails. Only the Tac One body does. Same marker internally, just differnt bodies on the outside.



    well yea paintball is illigal over here..but who cares...the problem is importing ......but paintball is illigal for the paint balls..
    we cant play with balls that have inside liquid because they say if you can shoot a ball with liquid stuff you ....can change the liquid stuff with something dangerous .....and because of that even the markers are illigal but here in italy laws really suck i mean i can go around with a bow that can kill someone but i cant play with paintballs ...weird uh?? :dodgy:
    so even in australia they have problems....?? i didnt know that..
    you guys are soo licky over there...

    View Postd-nis, on Jun 10 2008, 07:46 PM, said:

    View PostLegato, on Jun 10 2008, 04:54 PM, said:

    The only thing i could say is, you could risk importing it and ask them to claim it's paintball gear on the slip, not a marker, or worse yet if they call it a gun. I know Aussie Bloke and some of the other Austrailian guys have some crazy intense laws too on paintball markers. Maybe one of them will come in and let us know what they do.

    Is paintball legal there? or is it just that if a marker looks too much like a gun there is a problem? If that's the problem, look into other Automag bodies. Ule, RT, Karta, things like that. They don't resemble a gun nearly as much, as none of them have rails. Only the Tac One body does. Same marker internally, just differnt bodies on the outside.



    well yea paintball is illigal over here..but who cares...the problem is importing ......but paintball is illigal for the paint balls..
    we cant play with balls that have inside liquid because they say if you can shoot a ball with liquid stuff you ....can change the liquid stuff with something dangerous .....and because of that even the markers are illigal but here in italy laws really suck i mean i can go around with a bow that can kill someone but i cant play with paintballs ...weird uh?? :wacko:
    so even in australia they have problems....?? i didnt know that..
    you guys are soo lucky over there...
  5. In Topic: tac-one

    10 June 2008 - 07:36 AM

    yes...i'm italian but my english is pretty good thanks since 6 years ago i used to live near pittsburgh i lived there for almost 5 years so....but thanks for the help..and thanks for all the stuff you guys told me
    yup the only thing here is that is not very legal yet.. :( so i dont know how to get my tac-one since here the shops in europe dont have it im sooo sad..

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