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I really need to spruce up my profile soon.
Age:
21 years old
Birthday:
April 27, 1993
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Raccoon City
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Paintball obviously, but I think it's safe to say I'm an open class convert from semi. Then there's gaming, debating, and zombie survival :D

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  1. Splatmaster C02 Plug

    01 June 2010 - 04:46 PM

    I'm looking for a spare Splatmaster CO2 plug in case my plans to mod my Splatty don't fly. Any will do.
  2. Frankenstein-ing a Splatmaster

    31 May 2010 - 06:06 PM

    Okay, here's the situation. I have a Splatmaster that's missing a plug. Every time I check Ebay for a new plug, I usually just run into an add-on speed knob. It's killing me that I have to look at this functional pistol and not be able to use it, so I'm looking to converting it to constant air with a dummy 12 gram. Is this possible without a plug? Any ideas on how to do this project?
  3. Is this website valid?

    12 May 2009 - 06:00 PM

    It's called Ultimate Scenario Paintball. They supposedly sell paintball ordnance weapons made from metal, not ABS or PVC.

    Has anyone done business with this guy? Is he a scammer?
  4. Paintball Revolver

    07 April 2009 - 04:53 PM

    How's about a .68 caliber version of a Crosman 3357 anyone? The only real downsides I see to this, besides the obvious limitations that every PB pistol has, is that .68 paintball might not be able to fit in a compact cylinder.
  5. Q-Loader'd BE Stingray II?

    23 March 2009 - 06:19 PM

    Okay guys, the reason I ask this is because I have seen several videos of modded Stingrays that fire in upwards of 30 BPS, which basically turns this marker into a paint soup machine. I was wondering if a Stingray can take a Q-Loader in the first place, and if it can, will a Q-Loader keep up with the high rates of fire?

    If this is possible, I have a telescope's tripod that I could mod for this project to make a MilSim defense placement. :dodgy: I could also buy a Lapco MG shroud and make an ammo box out of wood with a fake MG belt feed.

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