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01 March 2010 - 09:14 AMOkay, so my E-Grip's been acting funny.
It will start up fine, cycle just as well, no problems.
Problems happen when I try and cut it off. I will click the switch and hold it until it turns red as described in the manual. When I release the switch, however, the solenoid will trigger one more time then remain non-responsive with an orange light on the LED. It will not turn back on or respond in any way. Also, the battery gets alarmingly warm (which makes me think SOMETHING in this mess is short-circuiting the electronics). The same results will occur when I allow the inactivity shutdown to complete.
The only way to make it stop is to remove the battery (and all the trigger assemblies in the way... so not something that can be dealt with on the field).
I have tried changing different batteries as well, although I haven't tried different brands (I just got Duracell... lots and lots of Duracell... never had any problems with it before though).
Any input would be great!
(if I have to send it off, please say so quickly, I'm general for an 8-hour game in 2 weeks and would rather have a weapon that can turn off when I handle missions 0_0;; )
07 February 2010 - 07:56 AMTactical Corsets...
Sweet Jesus, I don't think they're just playing around.....
29 January 2010 - 08:24 PMThe title says it all. An updated Dagger vest with MOLLE front. And belt loops for all that's holy. And same with fully covered pods (THE ONLY THING I DON'T LIKE ABOUT BROADSWORD IX).
My logic is that the Dagger vest as we know is (in my opinion) one of the finest vests on the market today. It's light, rugged, cool, it gets the job done without breaking your back and there's no beating it in terms of utility in a light rig... Except it only carries what it's meant to carry. 4+2 Pods. 1 Tank. 1 Hydration Pack. 1 Radio. Some tools. 1 Grenade. That's the only option for your load, and since when does one load fit all situations? It needs modularity, versatility, and more lugging space. So pretty much give it MOLLE front, belt loops, and internal zipper pockets instead of the old velcro things that are impossible to reach inside of. Come in from the side around the buckles so its easier to handle.
29 January 2010 - 08:08 PMRecognizing that Spec Ops has the X7, this idea probably doesn't have as much merit as I'd like it to, but anyway....
Take an A5 and make it so it breaks into an upper and lower receiver like an AR-15.
Number of downloads: 17
I dunno bout the rest of you A5 users, but the allen key clamshell really pisses me off when something goes wrong, especially since the "field stripping" doesn't quite work as well as it's supposed to. There is no way to get the guts of the marker out without shoving something in through the front and probably knocking the entire interior of the power tube out of whack.
The idea is you could remove the two push-pins, pop off the upper receiver and boom, there are your internals laid out just for you. It would also be nice for the folks who use Red Dots when the barrel adapter is located in the upper receiver so they never separate. And on top of all that, all the gun junkies like myself would cream themselves over this, and with the right mods, you have as much of a true-to-life AR-15 as you could hope for in paintball.
Mod that makes sense?
16 January 2010 - 09:03 AMright, so my current stock is wiggly. and cheap plastic. and someoffbrandpieceofjunkonebayfor20bucks. got me through a season, but i felt like it was 30 seconds away from shearing off. time for a new one.
i like collapsible stocks, usually run M4 style sliders. i need something that doesn't wiggle.
any suggestions, guys?