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- 22 years old
- July 2, 1992
- Ohio, USA
- Paintball (specifically in the woods), playing piano, video gaming and hanging out with my friends.
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01 July 2009 - 04:42 PMI recently received, for free, an E-99 Avant. The downside to that is that it doesn't quite perform on par. Here are the problems, hopefully you can help me.
PROBLEM 1: The board has 3 modes, Semi-Auto, 3-Round Burst and Fully Automatic. No matter weather the battery is new or not, the "low battery" indicator is always on. When I fire in any mode, the board shuts off for a split second, and then turns back on. When it comes back on, it goes back to semi-auto. I don't think this problem is repairable, but just in case, you guys may know.
If not, where can I buy a cheap generic board for it? I only need semi-auto.
PROBLEM 2: Even with the velocity turned all the way up, it will only shoot about 210-220fps. No o-rings are broken, and every part looks fine. I keep it oiled and clean, spotless even. Like all my markers. No leaks either, everything is air-tight. Any help?
23 June 2009 - 07:08 PMAnyone on this forum know where to buy just the basic mechanical grip?
I bought my X7 off a friend of a friend who used it like, twice, and he bought it with the E-Grip. But the E-Grip hates me and I don't even want it, so I just wanna get a mechanical one.
02 February 2009 - 06:54 PMSince it was announced awhile back, I have been awaiting the release of Tippmanns pistol, the TPX.
It's gonna be my first side arm, and the last piece to my Woodsball arsenal.
I wanted to know what you guys thought of it.
As you can see, the co2 cartridge goes below the barrel and I am under the impression it will be magazine fed.
31 January 2009 - 11:13 PMFirst off, I would like to say that if anyone ever reads this, don't start to flame Tippmann. If you do, then never again sleep.
Anyways, for the first off, I will put up the Positives.
- Great, woodsball feel and finish. This is easily the most praised part, and its true. It feels good in your hands. Definantly for the player who enjoys the Mil-Sim kind of play, as I do.
- Upgradability. I would leave it there, but I suppose it does deserve mention that it can make anyones day with the possibilities. Flatline, better Cyclone blades, E-Grip, Integrated Air-Thru system, all the upgrades that would make it a class act. As well as Stocks, different Foregrips, shrouds, Magazines and other such aesthetic pleasers and functioning grace. And sight Picatinny sight rails for all the optics you can imagine.
- Durability. With the proven Tippmann valve system, it can take a bunch more wear and tear than that other marker, made out of a strong material and solid...everything.
- Bulkiness. While not necessarily a negative, as many (like me) like the feel, most want something small, feather light and fast.
- Loudness. Its loud. Simple and clean.
- Price tag. Although not as hefty as many other paintball markers out there, it is a good chunk of your change at about $300 stock.
I will post pictures later.
18 January 2009 - 11:29 AMMe and my girlfriend were talking, me saying that Pantera's concerts were some of the best in the world. She snidely replied that Marilyn Manson's were better. I said she was crazy, Manson is good, but Pantera is better.
She replied with, "Pantera is a staple band that everyone knows only one song of (Walk) and will all agree Manson is better."
Please prove her wrong.