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29 June 2009 - 05:05 PMNever mind, I found it, it wasn't stolen.
27 June 2009 - 09:07 AMI am seriously considering joining a speedball team in a year or so, and have a debate. Should I buy an Invert Mini ($325, probably cheaper by the time I get enough $$), or a Smart Parts Vibe that comes with a preinstalled Blackheart board and Vision eyes ($225)? Since I am just starting competitive speedball, I am looking for something that is within the $200 to $330 range, relatively simple to maintain and clean, and performs pretty well out of the box.
26 June 2009 - 06:44 PMI am seriously considering joining a speedball team in about a year. Any suggestions for a good starter marker (relatively easy to maintain, somewhat inexpensive, preferably electropneumatic) $350 being the absolute maximum for the marker. I'm giving myself a year to save up for a marker and things. I currently own a heavily modded 98 custom, so I definitely need a different marker to be competitive in a tournament speedball team. I am also looking at a new loader and possibly goggles. I currently own a proto switch EL, considering switching to profilers or grills. IF I have any extra $$ possibly a jersey and pants, probably one that was released a few years ago. Please give me suggestions, and if all this is necessary. My current gearset is all camouflage and designed for durability and low price, not competitive performance. My ideal setup is a Blackhearted Vibe or Invert Mini, 9v Fasta, Grills, and an older jersey and pants (new, but released in 07 or something like that).
26 May 2009 - 05:08 PMI am looking at eventually upgrading from my tippy, and two markers have caught my eye. Both of them require minimal modification for woods play out of the box, and have good reviews. BT TM-7 Vs. Smart Parts SP-8. I know both would probably need barrel upgrades, electric loaders, and possibly triggers, but other than that, please give me your opinions. If budget becomes problematic, I may go to an A5 w/egrip. I am basically looking at a marker with minimal modding to make it good for woods play, durable, can lay down good suppressive fire in a fix, is not problematic to repair, and preferably under $400.
26 May 2009 - 02:10 PMDo Mini upgrades work for the tm-7? I have been eyeing it as a potential eventual marker upgrade, but, I am wondering if upgrades like triggers and bolts work for it as well. I know it works well out of the box, but I am very partial to good double triggers, and many mini/tm-7 users have complained about the trigger feel.
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