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- April 23, 1985
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28 April 2010 - 10:46 AMI was up at the doodle bug shop last week, they said there indoor field will be open probably the first week of May. As for out places, Forest fire is pretty good, since cdr got taken back over by paintball station up in Mt Vernon that is often times a pretty quality field to play at. I have never been out to Bremerton but there is the Northwest paintball park out that way. There is also Mad Dawg paintball out on Camano Island which is a small but pretty awesome fast paced field. Then Skinney Joes paintball in Arlington, they have something like 36 acres, but it needs alot of work to make it more fun. Those fields are all up north more so. I have not been to the fields south of Seattle, but I know there was KC crusaders, and like danger zone paintball and a few others down south.
I prefer to go to parks that allow you to bring your own paint, from what I have heard most of the south of Seattle fields require field paintball, but Mad Dawg, Forest Fire, Paintball Station, and Skinney Joes allow you to bring your own paint. Hopefully that helps ya out. Oh and btw Nitehawk paintball out by Spokane has in my opinion the best field in Washington and puts on the some quality big games if your up for a 4 hour drive.
13 April 2010 - 11:06 AM
12 March 2010 - 01:44 PMI agree with the dropping of the SP-1. As far as the TM-7 I have seen one take a shot straight on and the paint penetrated the frame and shorted out the board. It seams that you are pretty fond of the Tm15 and the few things that I have read about it, it sounds great. If your only drawback is the difficulty in CQC, I would ask you this. Are you going to get rid of your A5? If not, you could put the identity crisis B5 Bullpup mod on you A5. Then you could have the bes of both worlds, the sweet TM-15 for regular games and the bullpup a5 for CQC games. Obviously you couldn't tote both but you could choose the best gun for the particular game.
I think have dropped the sp-1 from the competition. I am getting rid of my A-5 I don't think I really need it is I am buying something and the A-5 would mostly fund the new gun. I am fond of the tm 15 but I am not sure if i can mod it to be small enough for my liking.
12 March 2010 - 01:35 PMHis mod is pretty cool. But remember this, if you mess up, you may have to buy a new one. Thats why I am weary about modding my markers.
yea that is always a concern, but I'm pretty handy and would thoroughly plan it out first. Plus the mod wouldn't effect the performance of the gun at all. I couldn't handle running with the tm 15 unmodded it is way to big.
12 March 2010 - 01:16 PMI love how small the tm7 is, but I was looking at Warwitch's mods that he did to his tm 15 and it looks like he got his pretty compact, and it looks sick, and if I got a tm 15 i was planning on sawing off the end. Not so much concerned about the drum feed.
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