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24 April 2010 - 09:27 AMGlad I saw this. I just moved to Lakewood and have been trying to find decent fields in the Denver Area. APC looks good
If you want closer to your house, you might wanna try Paintball Adventures. Their field is about 7 miles south of C-470. Haven't been out there for close to 8 years, but I liked it and keep hearing good things about it.
If y'all can make it, my friends and I will be at Blitz on May 8. Click HERE for directions! Here's a pic of me with my gear so you know who to look for.
I'm the big guy in mixed camo.
12 April 2010 - 02:21 PMWell I would love a ton more info on it....
Like what does each mode do, how fast does each mode fire, and um... oh, how bad is the blowback? does it sound silenced with that barrel? and, can you attach a reddot or scope sight to it and a bipod? without changing the hopper or Apex barrel
BT's electronic trigger has 3 firing modes, semi auto, ramping (pull the trigger 3 times and then it fires an 8rd burst), or full auto. It also has 2 firing rates, 11balls per second and 15 balls per second. Using the 2 internal switches you can set it for any combination of modes and rates of fire. The only drawback to their electronic trigger, is you need to open the grip to change the rates and modes of fire. Of course if you're at a field that doesn't allow full auto, you can set it and forget it. The Rip Clip loader is a very capable unit and manages 20balls per second +. So you can get a different electronics board for the grip and the Rip Clip can still keep up.
Blowback just refers to the operation of the internals. When you fire, part of the air/CO2 is used to "blow back" the bolt and load another ball. There's a little kick, but much less than any firearm I've ever fired. And it's not silenced at all. In fact silencers, even for paintball guns, are VERY restricted and more or less illegal unless you have a very specific Federal Firearms License. Personally, I like a loud marker!
You can see from the picture below, that there isn't a Picatinny Rail system on the Delta Elite. In order to mount any accessories that require it (most reddots, scopes and bipods) you'll need to mount some rails on the marker. It isn't too big of a deal if you're mechanically minded, if not, try to find some of the guys that work on markers all the time to help you out. As a small example you can order small rails here... Area 51 Tactical
Keep the questions coming!
11 April 2010 - 05:40 AMJust a couple of additions for you guys. For another store, check out Tippmann Pros in Fort Collins. Tippmann Pros website
Their address is 5740 S. College Ave. Unit C. It's right across the street from the Tynan's Nissan dealership on the south side of Fort Collins. Great store and everyone that works there actively plays. You can ask them about contacts for renegade games in northern Colorado, as well as the guys from JAX.
For a field, allow me to suggest Blitz Paintball. It's located just south and a little east of the highway 52 exit on I-25. Blitz Paintball Website
Here is a link to a Google Map of their field but keep in mind the satellite photo was taken before the field was built. Map
Blitz has a snackbar, CO2, 3000 and 4500psi fills, rentals, a small proshop, 3 speedball fields and a big recball/scenario field that I love. Everything from bunkers built out of old shipping containers, to a helicopter you can get inside of. It's a great field, and large enough to easily handle 50 on 50 or more. Prices are $14 field fee, if you buy their paint ($20 if you don't), and they were selling DraXxuS Triumph for $48 a case.
My friends and I are planning on hitting Blitz on May 8. Most of us can only afford to go once a month, but if you want to, you're welcome to join up with us. Reply here or pm me if you're interested.
Either way, good luck.
10 April 2010 - 06:15 AMWell that sucks... how often do BTs break then?
Jackson is correct. There are bunches of variables that may cause chopping. But I've used a BT4 for 2 seasons of playing woodsball now and absolutely love it! I've never had a break in the Rip Clip loader and only 2 barrel breaks in about 15000 rounds of paint. They are super reliable and affordable, and would recommend one.
The Delta Elite is a BT4 with an e-grip, apex barrel, Rip Clip, and a nifty MP5 body kit. Last I knew, they were dropping the price on them.
If you have any other questions about it please feel free to respond here or even PM me if you would like.
Here's a pic of mine so you know what's possible.
11 October 2009 - 12:59 PMAs far as Im concerned, the gun only has one kind of stock and shroud built for it, I say more should be added.
for example, more stocks to choose from and a smaller M4 shroud, maybe an AK or AR-15
Another good example would be more magazienes/tool kits,
Don't forget that the Alpha Black, and Salvo for that matter, have the same stocks as the Tippmann Model 98. Might help you find a stock more to your liking.
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