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EL Gunfu
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January 19, 1982
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Paintball, Chicks, Racing cars, FOOD....

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  1. In Topic: Rockstar tactical?

    01 May 2011 - 09:39 AM

    Ya they are a good online shop. They also sometimes have better prices. I've never had issues with them. I only deal with a handful of shops online and that's one of them.
  2. In Topic: Welt Contest

    28 April 2011 - 10:13 PM

    View PostB-Dazl, on 25 April 2011 - 01:56 PM, said:

    View Postaslanprime, on 25 April 2011 - 01:46 PM, said:

    I think Animal and bad karma needed a ref to do a chrono check.

    They were in chrono... ANIMAL is a buddy of mine, BAD KARMA was playing on the other side... He was posted up at the top of the hill, and when I got shot, I was about 10 feet away... It's also in the CENTER of the BIGGEST paintball battle I've ever seen!!.... About 600 on 600... It's all good... They are just battle wounds...

    Chicks dig scars!
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    Kid was following me into a tent, when we came under fire he freaked out and shot me. :angry: He was 2 feet away. Ya talk about ouch! I told him run away from me as fast as you can.... I was pretty pissed but I knew he was new and was pretty upset about it so I told him next time keep your finger off the trigger unless you're ready to shoot and taught him some marker safety. But his reaction was priceless when I told him to run.. :P
  3. In Topic: Please... help... me...

    01 February 2011 - 10:59 PM

    View Postdextonik, on 01 February 2011 - 10:37 PM, said:

    I'm returning this gun.

    Make sure nothing is in the way of the puncture valve you may need to remove it check that you have the right one. The T9.1 and the T8.1 use the same reg. So also make sure they didn't give you the wrong valve. The T9.1 comes with a solid plug for remote use. Are your 12 gr getting punctured? Make sure you slam the mag just as you would a real fire arm so you get a proper seal. The mechanism is fairly simple and not really much that could go wrong.

    How many mags do you have? If you can try a different mag to rule the mags out. We can work from there.

    The spring is there for the trigger so it does go there. You need to make sure it's in the same place when you put everything back together.

    Almost forgot as it was pointed out the bolt needs to be in the forward position if not you won't be able to fire. You will need to separate the grip and the frame and move the bolt forward past the trigger mechanism on the reg. Very simple. Most common issue when not being able to fire.
  4. In Topic: POW/MIA Vibe completed

    31 January 2011 - 09:36 PM


    From Soldier to Soldier, thank you. I didn't make this to be different,I made this so know one ever forgets. The Soldier on the regulator did come home,I just didn't want to put "KIA",because it hurt to much. So I had it engraved just how it was sent to me. Once again thank you.


    If it's engraved or not it's what's left in our hearts and minds that counts. But to have such a visual is so much stronger than words alone. So I commend you on your idea and how you chose to spread the word of a fellow soldier. Whether it's purple heart, MIA or KIA they all have the same rights to be remembered as the ultimate sacrifice and heroes. By the marker you have made it just makes people more aware of this fact. Spreading the word is the only way we keep their sacrifices alive and not just another page forgotten by history.

    I in turn thank you.
  5. In Topic: POW/MIA Vibe completed

    30 January 2011 - 10:13 PM

    Wow that is so awesome. I do like how the vert reg looks like the black bracelet that we use when we have MIA/KIA. I always wear mine since my cousin was killed in Iraq during the same time I was there. But It's a great way to remember the fallen and the missing. Colors looks great and the barb wire came out really good. I think that it's a great way to remember the people who haven't come back and those who won't.

    I personally seen too many draped caskets on my many trips to the sand box and think that many people don't realize what kind of sacrifice we give to keep our country safe. This is a great way to have people ask about the history of the marker and it's purpose. The same way I get to keep my cousins memory alive every time somebody ask about my KIA bracelets.

    Good job!

    ''Fulfill their Trust''


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