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41 years old
Birthday:
January 11, 1973
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Idaho Falls, Idaho. USA

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Northwest Brigade ( Idaho )

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  1. In Topic: I'm new to this sport

    09 July 2012 - 08:20 PM

    Nothing is quite as annoying as a mask that fogs up on you in the middle of a great game. Definitely make sure to spend a little Xtra $$ for a good mask. There are many great brands out there. I have always liked Vforce masks, but to each his own. Bottom line, you're talking about protecting your eyes here. Good luck finding a package that fits your particular needs. Personally, I would probably buy my gear separate, but I'm not against the little starter kits that are available. As said before, if you can find a pro-shop in your area, it willbe worth your time and the people in the store should be able to answer questions AND steer you towards finding a good place and group to play with.
  2. In Topic: Remote Clogged? or is it my stock?

    08 May 2010 - 02:10 AM

    My friend's going to bring his remote line over tomorrow. That should help determine which one is the problem.
  3. In Topic: Remote Clogged? or is it my stock?

    07 May 2010 - 09:20 PM

    View PostLegato, on May 7 2010, 10:10 PM, said:

    If you hook the tank to the ASA does the marker work fine? Sounds like you are screwing the remote knob on the tank end all the way down...actually putting the pin INTO the valve, cutting off airflow. So you can fire the 3-4 shots that were in the remote before you fully cut off flow. Tighten the knob down only until you hear the gas release and see the coil stiffen slightly. Then only turn the knob 1/4-1/2 turn more. Anymore and you are putting it into the valve.



    Yes, it works fine with a tank attached directly to the ASA. It also seems to be fine using the remote the way I had it set up before. . . I'm starting to think it might be the stock itself restricting flow somehow. I have tried the knob at different tightness on the remote and it doesn't seem to matter where I put it. I've been using this remote for years with no problems.
  4. In Topic: Best Choice

    07 May 2010 - 08:49 PM

    I have a heavy steel HPA tank and run a remote line. It makes a huge difference in the weight and size of the gun. I love my remote. If you plan to wear a tac vest there's no reason not to have your tank on your back.
  5. In Topic: Are all remote lines standard threads?

    07 May 2010 - 01:26 AM

    To put it really simply. . .

    The nipple that the remote line hooks to, seems too big to screw into the stock. Are there other sizes, or are they all the same? I can't see where there are other sizes.

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