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10 August 2009 - 03:51 PMHogback Mountain in Leesburg is a very good facility. Its not a large field like splatbros, but the service is amazing, prices are amazing (provided you bring your own paint), and the players aren't the hard-core speedballers that wipe hits and cuss out newbies. its a 5-star place.
$15 to play all day if you have your own gear
$8 for all-day air
$5 lunch-2 hot dogs, a soda, and a bag of chips
not at all a long drive from langley either
22 June 2009 - 02:13 PMI would also recommend that you use the money you would use to buy a Cyclone and all of those upgrades for the Cyclone to buy an electronic hopper, such as a Halo B, a Reloader B, or one of the higher end loaders such as the Rotor, Prophecy or the Pinokio. The reason for this is 1)The Cyclone relies on air to power, so it can make your already gas hog of a gun even more of a gas hog. 2) If you ever upgrade to another gun, you'll be able to take that loader with you, whereas if you have the Cyclone you'll have to buy another loader. 3) The cost of all of the Cyclone upgrades with the Cyclone itself on Actionvillage.com adds up to $150!!! You could get any of the before mentioned hoppers for that much!!! Just saying, with a 98 there's really no reason to get a Cyclone feed for it.
I agree. In all of my experience with a cyclone fee, it chops so many balls. and then you have to open up the gun to get to the internals and clean them out before you can play again.
22 June 2009 - 02:04 PM
21 January 2009 - 01:34 PM1/18/09
I have wanted to make my tippmann 98c w/e trigger into an m1 carbine for a while now. ive done my research and have come to the conclusion that to fit into a wooden stock, it must be the paratrooper version of the carbine that i mod it into. I would even like to make it magazine-fed if possible. I need to know what i can do for the air system with the stock in the way. any suggestions on how to do this or the magazine-feed?
I have now decided the easiest and cheapest way to go is a thompson smg. I have a general idea of how to do it, and I might be able to make it mag-fed, using surplus thompson smg magazines. If I dig around inside one of the mags, then I could fit a spring inside, and put paintballs in. then I need to find a way to secure it to the gun, which I can copy off of an airsoft gun, and then attach a hose (like the one in a q-loader, since the mag isn't supposed to be rite under where the hopper feeds in. I will use a remote line for air, or I can just put 12 grams in the magazines with the paintballs. I'll post pics as progress continues. if you have any feedback or suggestions, please feel free to leave them.
16 January 2009 - 07:03 PMDo not, under any circumstances, buy from cushman. Junk products all around.Look at the one that Engler did,
Its an Ion..but it'll give you an idea of how to mount it. I beleive on of the members on this fourm has done one as well...Ill get a name in a second.
I have bought from cushman before and i do agree that the quality of the products stink. My mg42 broke in half the first time i used it.
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