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15 August 2010 - 08:58 PMBT-4 is affordable, dependable, and expandable. I bought one after playing my first paintball game 3 years ago, and I'm only just now moving on to a TM-7. The BT-4 served me without fail all that time.
cool beans man, i feel the same way about my tippy. use what works for ya man, happy hunting.
14 August 2010 - 08:58 PMI'm new to paint ball and don't know much about all the guns. I've been researching all sorts of guns for a few hours now, but there's just too many possibilities. I do know that the dagger position is the one for me, so I need something light I guess. I'd really appreciate your opinion.
i would start with a tippmann or a spyder (xtra) they both are small light reliable and upgradable. and thheyy wont breaak the bank either. i play dagger most of the time love it! i use a tippman carver one, 48ci tank and 12in carbon fiber barrel, it light and reliable. its totally upgradable and dependable, and remember its not how maany ballls youu shoot but how accurate your are with your shots. i only carry one full hopper and 2 140 round tubesand thats more thenn ii nneed for one game. hope its helps.
14 August 2010 - 02:05 AMPretty much what everyone has said. It's a Tippmann, don't sink too much time and money in it. In the end it will almost be the same. Save for something other than a Tippmann, well a Tippmann blowback anyway.
yes it is a tippy... but why save for something else? guess only if you want it quieter.... other than that.... i dont mind my loud tippy.. cuz you can turn towards me and eat my paint!!!!!!!!!!!
try the madmann spring kit its around 20 or 30 bucks 5 different springs for different force the higher the spring pressure the quicker the bolt will return and less air will escape. a bit more efficant but heck its only 50yds light em up!
14 August 2010 - 01:50 AM^^however im sure new boots have come out since then.
i shall humor ze poster.
I personally like trail shoes, which are lke hiking boots without the ankle support. I find that I can run more easiily in those.
For important games, I wwear soccer cleats, because the grip allows me to sprint better.
for woodsball i use oakley s.i. 6inch boots, light, ankle support, and durable, i use them in the military and i beat the doo doo out of them. they run about 175.00 us but its worth it.
14 August 2010 - 01:40 AMAs DRP said, you can take a Dremel to it but honestly I'm not sure if you should.
Without seeing the two clamshells and looking at how everything works inside I would be cautious about telling you one way or the other as you might end up making your marker inoperable.
i would use a dremel but without taking the marker apart, cut the handle, leave about a half inch left and use a small grinding/sanding disk and the make as flush as desired. finish off with a hard rubber wheel to get a smooth finish and paint if desired.