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  1. In Topic: Do you Outlaw?

    12 April 2009 - 03:55 PM

    I've played outlaw on a few occasions. There's a privately owned large field behind our house and the owner and my parents are friends, so as long as we don't destroy anything, we're welcome to play whenever we want.
  2. In Topic: Woodsball markers

    07 February 2009 - 10:52 PM

    I agree with Ethrealwolf that any gun can be a good woodsball or speedball gun. I've used guns that most people would designate speedball guns in woodsball and done just fine.

    There's no difference between a good woodsball marker and a good marker in general. Don't limit yourself to one group of markers simply because they've been designated woodsball or speedball markers. Having owned an Ion, I can confirm that they are an absolute pain to maintain and tend to be somewhat unreliable. Personally i think Ions are WAY overrated.

    Having owned a Spyder as well, although it wasn't an Extra, I found the marker to be somewhat lacking in terms of performance. I eventually sold off my Spyder and bought an A-5 and four years later, I still have my A-5 and it has not broken on me yet. I would recommend making your first gun a Tippmann, either a 98C or an A-5, because even if you are planning on buying another gun once you get more money, Tippmanns make the perfect backup marker if your primary breaks.