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CMDR Cronus

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  1. In Topic: Paintball Tripmine

    26 June 2011 - 07:19 AM

    thanks for the links everyone, Will look through them :)
  2. In Topic: A5 and E-grip issues

    21 June 2011 - 07:07 PM

    View PostB-Dazl, on 20 June 2011 - 09:38 PM, said:

    I might be able to look at it at TRIAD, if you are still having problems then....

    unfortunately, I broke it while attempting to fix it. I was a little more than pissed when I did. I appreciate the offer though.
  3. In Topic: Zombie Survival

    20 June 2011 - 06:05 PM

    View PostJack the Ripper, on 20 June 2011 - 05:38 PM, said:

    View PostPistolWhipped, on 20 June 2011 - 10:15 AM, said:

    That shotty was the Maverick 88, made by Mossberg. The only real difference is the safety is on the trigger guard as opposed to the tang. Otherwise, a great shotgun.

    Still, Mossy 500s aren't that expensive (under $300 at my local Walmart for a sporting configuration, right at $320 at the gun store for the "riot gun" configuration), so if you'd prefer that, get that.

    EDIT: And before you get that .300, you might consider a good .22LR. That .300 will be useless if you can't shoot it well. A .22 will allow you to master the art of practical field riflemanship for minimal investment. And you can stockpile enough .22 to last a LONG time through the Zompocalypse. That might be tough with any of the .300s.

    Thanks for the shotgun info, that was the gun I was looking for.

    TO sum it all up without much arguing, a .22/5.56 is a varmint round. It only leaves a 1/4" hole in a target. I want take down power with one shot. And yuo'll have to stock up on .22/5.56 rounds for the zombyecalypse cause it takes a ton of ammo to kill one( just ask out troops)

    I have nothing against the .22 family. I like how there accurate and long range shooting. But they dont quite have the take down power of a .300 or bigger. And I'm not an idot, so I know bigger isn't always better, but I perfer a larger round for zombi killing.

    you don't need an excessive amount of stopping power. The reason we soldiers sometimes don't like the 5.56 is because it doesn't have much of that. Head shots, they work just fine. Any round that can pierce the skull is sufficient. there is no need to invest in the bigger guns, at least for that reason. Besides, if you hit a zombie in the chest, no matter what size the round, it won't do anything. It might knock it off it's feet, but will just get back up anyways.
  4. In Topic: Spec Ops playbook

    20 June 2011 - 05:53 PM

    View PostEagle Eye, on 17 June 2011 - 12:51 PM, said:

    Ahh, memories. I watched these vids when i first started. Never look over if you can look around has got to be one of the best tips for a new player.

    lol ya I sent it to my team. I figure it has some pretty basic and good stuff that could help us out.
  5. In Topic: Zombie Survival

    17 June 2011 - 08:08 AM

    only a fool posts his zombie plan. Only those involved in the plan should know of its existence. How am I to know if you all get zombified? Or else running around like a chicken with its head cut off and then trying to steal my plans because its so much more epic? lol just sayin.


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