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11 August 2008 - 10:07 AMWhile not MC there are Clip-on Pads that shouldn't slip because they attach directly to your pants! I don't have them but it's either them or some MC strap attached ones.
11 August 2008 - 08:18 AMTry taking a pic in bright daylight, the flash is making it look really shiny. How does it feel to the touch? It looks like it would be kinda strange.
05 August 2008 - 07:15 AMSo i get that shooting a lot of paint is fun, but if you want a tactical bullpup marker... why not just toss a sight on top and just shoot people once. If you are just going to spray why not just use an ION and wear a speedball jersey and play on an astroturf field with inflateable bunkers?
That might have been a bit much. My point is that sometimes you can't always get what you want. But if you go through a lot of trouble to mod an A-5 into a B-5 you might just get what you need.
Sorry, but that made zero sense.
It was in response to the posts before mine about having a bullpup marker and then commenting on how difficult it was to walk the trigger.
01 August 2008 - 01:02 PMHey so I got the 24hr/30day contacts and have had them in for a week now. They are amazing. I had tried two other bi-weekly disposables and they were TERRIBLE by comparison. (one was Oasis, the other was by ciba vison, can't remember the brand)
I just found out that the price on them droped to $170 for a year (4 boxes) and if you buy that much at once there is a $60 rebate.(all canadian prices, USD should be about the same though). In addition my student health plan gets me $80 off in addition to the $60 so I'm paying $30/year for them.
I could not recomend these enough to anyone who wears glasses or contacts. I have no idea how there is even a market for other lenses with these available so cheap.
29 July 2008 - 09:53 AMGood safety tips Chavez! I know acid can be nasty stuff but never thought about making sure I washed my clothes right after working with it.
Fun Acid Fact - When spilt on your skin hydrofluoric acid will soak in and work it's way down to your bones. Then it disolves them! As an added bonus the calcium and other chemicals that used to be holding you together as solid bone will enter the blood stream and if enough gets through can stop your heart.
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