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41 years old
November 20, 1972
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Northeast Oregon

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  1. In Topic: Macdev Drone Trigger Upgrade

    05 June 2011 - 04:01 PM

    Most RX, Clone, and Droid triggers will work. Specifically, Acid, PBK, CP, and violent have been tested. I am using a custom one at this time, and it also is a drop in fit for the droid and clone.

    If you need some more info on the Drone, here is a thread I made on our team forums that has alot of info:


    This is also in the macdev area of PBN.
  2. In Topic: MOATI is going Pump Only!

    11 May 2011 - 05:52 PM

    I am not racist when it comes to paintball gear. I'll use it all. Pump, old mechanical, electro. :D

    email sent
  3. In Topic: wtb any and all nerfs

    11 May 2011 - 05:49 PM

    Several stores here in the Northwest like Fred Meyer carry them for about $2.50 each. Just look around in the toy section.
  4. In Topic: Empire Trracer

    03 May 2011 - 06:09 PM

    I've had one for a few months now, but only really used it this last weekend at Supergame XLI. I loved it. I was using a .684 drilled hammerhead barrel on the small DXS paint, and it shot amazing with maybe 6 fps extreme spread on the chrono. I also had a vertical forgrip on the pump handle, and it made it really fun to use the autotrigger. I liked it so much that I bought a tacrail grip for my phantom too. Interestingly enough, I discovered the Tracer can mount a metadyne launcher on it. I used a 45 degree offset on the top rail, and it worked great until I broke the rear screw that holds the ASA to the grip frame. It isn't designed to hold that kind of weight on top. I will replace it with a better quality screw, and move the launcher further back on the gun next time I do that. It made a very handy setup for big game woodsball. The best of both a launcher and a fun pump gun too. An old school ASA threaded air through stock completed the setup. Incidentally, I was also using a Lapco dishka on the front of the hammerhead, and it made a satisfying crack every time it fired. Overall, the tacrails can let you do some interesting things to it. I give this pump a definate thumbs up.
  5. In Topic: CCI Phantom Revolution

    03 May 2011 - 06:00 PM

    I fondled the prototype for a while at his booth before buying a phantom tac rail pump handle from him. This new pump is going to be amazing. You can see the sizers in the pic above, and they are truely unique. It is so smooth that it cocks with one finger. Don't have pricing or a date yet, but Mike knows to send one my way as soon as they are done.


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