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21 June 2011 - 02:39 PMTransformers 4 @ P&L Paintball, June 25th, 2011
Take the Town 6 @ P&L Paintball in August
01 April 2011 - 07:42 PMWow...nice rant man I like it. Even though we don't necessarily see eye to eye on the scope/sight thing, I respect you for taking the time to write all that.
14 March 2011 - 04:23 PM@Dragon, the post isn't a little biased, it's very biased. Obviously, people's opinions on which upgrades are worth the money will vary. Shine mentioned how the post sounded "tongue in cheek", because a lot of it was. If you want your gun to look "totally real and MilSim", follow your heart and don't let anybody tell you different. Personally, I think modding guns to look real is stupid, but that's just me. I almost added a box right below the milsim one that read "Is it meant to make your gun look agg", with a "yes" pointing to the "Don't Buy" and vise versa. I took it out though, because that would make everybody hate me, not just MilSim players. It's all about perspective, do what you want.
I don't know where exactly you're from, but if AB stands for Alabama (I failed geography) then you live in a pretty warm place. Up here in wicked cold New England, paint gets dimpled and expands quite often. It's always better to have the barrel too big than too small. Inb4 "that's what she said".
The "thumb sized" thing was refrencing stupid little metal parts that don't actually do anything. A lot of crucial parts are much smaller than your thumb (eyes, detents, feedneck), but those are listed long before the thumb box. Also, I can't remember the last time I saw somebody with a vintage automag who was complaining about how they needed to upgrade it.
I said does this gun already have this type of SPECIFIC part. All guns have ASAs, feednecks, etc. However, not all guns have on/off ASAs, clamping feed necks, or parts of the like. And if you already have an on/off ASA or clamping feedneck, you don't really need to upgrade to a new one.
Like I, and you, said this post is biased. I'm sure at some point in the future of paintball somebody somewhere will do something that goes against the chart, and if that's what they feel is best, that's fine by me.
@Souleater, I did the same thing. I remember walking into the shop one day and seeing a Spyder Pilot ACS hanging up on the shelf. At the time I had a Tippmann, and figured it was worth buying a new gun for the totally gnarly anti-chop bolt. Boy did I screw up.
16 January 2011 - 11:02 AMGreat thread! Brute Force will be attending Cold War and Russian Front! Both are AWESOME events, and a great way to kick off the season!
11 January 2011 - 11:55 AMI'm glad you guys are enjoying the blog!
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