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  1. In Topic: nerve owners group

    07 November 2008 - 08:09 PM

    Yep, no worries
  2. In Topic: nerve owners group

    07 November 2008 - 07:59 PM

    Yep I've ran high pressure through mine with no problems. Go for it!!!!
  3. In Topic: nerve owners group

    06 November 2008 - 09:29 AM

    Good lord i just bottomed out my recharge rate on my nerve......and holy wow! Hey....they shoot fast.......
  4. In Topic: Need to buy a new PB mask

    05 November 2008 - 10:18 AM

    View PostMBPB, on Oct 22 2008, 04:15 AM, said:

    Masks are speedball masks because many come in bright colors to look stylish but when you are trying to hide in the woods a nice red and white mask is fun to wear but they get you spotted every time.

    All masks are made for specific standards so a cheapo black JT Elite will suffice for any game you play. Its really all about features. SAFTY ISNT ONE IN A HIGH END MASK, they dont come with thicker lenses or super hard lightweight plastic, they are made for comfort. My lens broke so instead of changing it out (which on JT Masks seem to always be a pain).

    Honestly a cheap JT or a cheap VForce are all in all great masks they keep you save, there is no chance of getting anything messed up because its a tank on your head.

    The higher end masks are sleek, tiny, light and super soft but honestly that does nothing to keep the player safe, in fact it actually puts you in more danger than a big clunky mask does.

    As for it breaking that was my fault. It stood up to many many many games but it finally cracked (not fully but im not gonna play with a cracked lense, way 2 many problems could occur) but when I accidentally stepped on it the whole thing bent a bit and cracked.


    First off if you have such a strong opinion on this stuff then why ask us for our advice.

    Second off there is not one mask that is specially marketed for speedball or for woodsball. I also believe I mentioned that high end masks i guess what you would consider "speedball masks" do not come in only "fun" red and white colors that get you spotted everytime. They also come in olive drab or black....last time I checked those stand with the un-fun non bright color category.

    Thirdly, so what your saying is that safety is not a feature included when considering designing and building a "high end" mask......??? Although it is a "mask" designed for "safety"....

    Really if price isn't a big deal then go for a more expensive mask.....or just buy that barrel that you've been dieing to get and get fed up with your mask after six months and want to buy a new one yet again, or have it break.... It's your world, I just live here......
  5. In Topic: nerve owners group

    03 November 2008 - 09:12 PM

    Shadowlord.......Why?!?!?!?!?! just why? You know you want to keep it.

    I'm in Michigan, but plan to play through the winter, there is a field near by that plays through the winter. Either that or I'll find an indoor field somewhere.

    So efficiency settings what are you guys running? I'm looking for options, i was busting paint the other day, I think my dwell was too high

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