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  1. In Topic: Taking out a large group

    25 August 2010 - 08:44 PM

    Well one thing you could do is wait for them to pass, take 'em on head first, or you could be really rambo about it if your field plays with tag elimination. Say there are 5 guys. You could wait for two of them to pass by, jump up and tag the middle guy, the two behind him put their guns up to shoot, you hold the middle one in the way(use him as a shield) look around with your gun to shoot one, run behind the first two tagging one out, using the other as a shield to shoot out the last guy. All the while the two back guys are shooting their teammates trying to hit you. If you're quick and agile enough then i'm sure it could be done. i'm too slow to pull something like this off but this is another way of doing away with 4-5 people.
  2. In Topic: Music to ghillie by

    29 July 2010 - 11:11 AM

    Westwood Studios - Destroy (Red Alert 2 Soundtrack)

    Look it up on youtube. Awesome song.
  3. In Topic: ironsights, scopes, or red dots?

    29 July 2010 - 10:56 AM

    I have both a red dot sight and a scope by NCStar, and I'm loving both on my 98. I have them both zeroed in to my gun and remove one to put the other on and they're both still zeroed in. Lately I've been using my scope (2-7x mag.) and getting practice with it. I've been learning how to compensate properly for distance and wind and I'm getting better. I can hit targets from a fair distance with either sight with only a couple shots at best. For now I'm favoring my scope because it lets me see farther with variable magnification and I can still tell where the 'ball will go from the crosshairs.

    I'm still for both but I'll use either.
  4. In Topic: Advantages and Disadvantages of barrels

    27 July 2010 - 05:54 PM

    Ported barrels - SP All-American, SP Freak kit fronts, etc.
    Generally quieter, accurate, may look interesting, efficient, various lengths.

    Becomes ridiculous past 14"(less efficient), adds weight, nothing added to performance, various lengths and bores(the bores part is moreso from the barrel kits)

    Un-Ported barrels - Almost any OpsGear barrel, SP Rain barrel(old barrel I believe...), etc.
    Less air required to push 'balls out the tip, various lengths and bores

    Louder(This one is iffy, it depends on the person but to me it's an advantage :P) due to no porting, weigh a bit more, less customizable

    These are just a few things I thought of and I can update them if people want.
  5. In Topic: barrel length?

    27 July 2010 - 04:06 PM

    One thing I noticed is that nobody ever thinks about UNPORTED barrels and the physics behind those ones.


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