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27 July 2009 - 02:16 PMhope
26 July 2009 - 05:37 PMI've got two 98c barrels that are like that and one autococker barrel too. I know that the autococker hasn't gotten anything down it. BTW I'm shooting stingers if it makes any difference.
23 July 2009 - 11:53 AMI've spend a lot of money trying to upgrade my Tippmann, but later on I realized I didn't need half the stuff. My advice: play AT LEAST 2 to 3 games until you can specifically say what you need to upgrade.
22 July 2009 - 09:36 AMI believe they landed on the moon. Every great moment in history has conspiracy theories and to have such a hugely debated one cements my belief that we did make it to the moon. It's wierd, even to me, but I believe it to be true. :usa:
22 July 2009 - 09:26 AM
QuoteNo, your objection was how do we know if it is splatter. It is an unknown, because we don't know how it would splatter.
It is obvious a hit would be a smaller blob.
Let me reiterate, splatter would look more like a hit using .50 than it would be with .68. And if you were at a game where both were being used, it would be much harder to determine what's .68 splatter and what's a .50 hit. Just to clear this up, my point ISN'T how it'll splatter, it ISN'T how it'll break, but IT IS about the volume of paint and making good calls as a referee when what's considered a hit is qualitative.
QuoteAgain, this is an assumption that can't be presently proved. You are assuming they are using the same formula.
If I told you that a company was coming out with what is a low calorie chocolate that tastes like chocolate that doesn't melt at regular tempertures and you responded, "Chocolate melts at 86 degrees and to make it otherwise would make it too expensive."
You'd be wrong: http://www.guardian....-melt-chocolate
Yup. You're right. Why wouldn't we want to change the formula to paintballs so they don't melt, they just get bubbly
Changing a paintball formula is complicated. The paint has have the right viscosity and density, the shell has to be hard enough to break on impact, yet not explode from the bolt hitting it. And by claiming that they will change the formula would make it MORE expensive. Don't you think that quality companies are already using materials that have the quality we need and the low cost to drive a profit? Therefore, to change the formula would mean to either A) use cheaper, lower quality ingredients or B)use more expensive, quality ingredients. Selling it in high volume is negatable because with the .68, it uses more material, but with the .50, there are more per package, and by some surface area and some simple calculations, you could calculate which is more cost efficient, but at this point in time it is not the focus.
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