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17 May 2013 - 03:28 PM^I agree, just later down the road his next "big" upgrade should be a tank
this, depending on how good your mask is. if your goggle system is having any fog issues you won't be able to hit anyone if you can't see them. investing in a good pair of goggles is crucial for paintball and pump play especially!! make sure it is breathable so you're comfortable wearing it playing and will never take it off on the field EVER... also see how well you can communicate, some masks (E-vents) get really hot on the face and muffle any commands or communication attempts by you to your team, which is a big problem
17 May 2013 - 03:24 PMany pumpker vs someone with a semi capable of 10+ BPS is pretty awesome to feel
17 May 2013 - 03:22 PMhttp://www.airsoldie...Code=CCIPHANTOM
this alone won't work, but if you get a CCM feedneck (arguabley some of the best cf clamping feednecks in pump) then it works like a charm.
also if you want to do a really easy conversion from VA to a bottom line, check out this part (cci asa reducer)
add what ever macro/fittings and ASA you please, and you've got your self an open class phantom that can ball with the best of um'!
05 May 2013 - 11:37 PMwhat is your budget?
05 May 2013 - 11:35 PM
First paintball gun that I ever held, and shot. Used to do target practice on an old picnic table in our back yard with this. One game I played with it, the pump broke off, slide right off the barrel or was pulled off. I only had a few shots left in the old cheese wedge. I got some one with a wicked (accidental and fluke) hook shot ... the ball took a pretty hard left turn and swung around the tree and eliminated the person. after I just sort of jammed the pump handle back into the slot and did the for my last 3 or 4 shots and ended up getting the final 2 eliminations vs a tippmann 98 custom and a pirannah that was like any old spyder mech clone at the time. For the time the opponents guns seemed pretty incredible at the time (this was many many years ago) but I was very new and not really any were close to what you'd call "good at paintball" yet. To get 3 kills for the win with a broken gun in your first year of play made for a pretty epic story after we all gathered up at the end of the game for our typical recap of the prior games event while we reloaded!
My biggest/Most impressive moment to this day happened a few years ago at scenario game. I was in a building that was at the bottom of a hill. The building was an old blown out red brick structure that was wide open with 2 walls about 2 feet thick that faced perpendicular to the enemy hill. So it was basically like the enemy had a side angle on our building. However at the front of the building there was some large oil drums, some wooden bunkers, and sand bags strewn about. Between myself and 3 or 4 newbie players that were particularly awful, we held off a push of over 50 guys. The people behind me got shot out early, which didn't end up mattering too much since the enemy believed they were still in, yet I was alone, with a VSC phantom, 200 paintballs and a bunch of 12ies. I personally eliminated somewhere from 35-50 guys. It was very hard to say because some would just turn around and run away after I put a shot in their bunker, but I can say for sure at least 35 confirmed by my shots alone. The game was a 200-300 vs 500 game and the point on the map I located my self had been abandoned by the rest of my team, as they were all trying to push the opposite end of the field to get an objective and left about 50 or so guys behind so they didn't get flanked, and I was on the farthest back side, in one of the most hostile (out of the main area) battles.
I put myself infront of the red brick building and used sand bags to make a pillbox style bunker, which consited of 3 large oil drums in front of me, with tiny gaps to fit my barrel through, topped with sand bags to give 100% protection from shots coming from the top of the hill dropping over onto my head. I had a sort of gauze type material that was fairly heavy and draped over the holes on the bunker on my side, so that I could pull it down like a flap that would block shots coming in, and had multiple flaps I could look out of and aim out of, with literally almost no way a paintball could come in, but I could get them out.
The hill the enemies occupied had 3 semi circular bunkers that were in a zig zag from front to back that could hold 3 to 5 people in each. However, on the run from one to another, I made sure there was never more than 2 people in each bunker. and at the same time, the bunker had large brick holes missing on purpose to be able to be shot through.
The hill was only about 20 to 25 feet at a manageable slope and it was about 75 feet to the first bunker from me, 85-90 to the second bunker, and 110-115 to the 3rd from me.
Long story, less long. I sat there and took them out one by one, in a ladder kind of style. They'd have 5 in the back, 3 mid, 2 front.. I'd take out the front first, work to mid. If anyone charged it was always alone (except one time was a pair of two, but the 2nd person ran too far past my building back into the crossfire of my team and his own team in another engagement. So I sat there, comfortably, on a sandbag, in a fortified bunker and had target practice. The way the game was set up there were reinforcements in 15 and 30 minute intervals. By the time I had taken out the group, The respawn firework was on a half hour delay right before their first push, so all of them were out for nearly the full half an hour. In this time, my team had won the engagement on the other side of the field, and was surprised when they arrived and swarmed "mt suribachi" (the hill was named for this scenario/field) At this point I was actually told by one of my team mates who had seen the previous battles unfold (thinking there was in his words "10 or 15 guys fighting off the hill" when he later found it was literally just me) to go and get the flag grab because I deserved it for single-handedly dominating their entire force on my own, and opening up the door for that flag that was the 2nd last flag, but eventually lead towards my teams victory of the 3 hour long battle.
It was such an incredible and unforgettable feeling, as I along with about 100 other team mates at that point literally bum rushed the hill and eliminated the last 5 or 10 players on the hill in a matter of seconds and took the flag. After this the final flag we took, we had a swarm of players, multiple hundreds of people just blitz across open field and guns blazing for one of the most epic finishes to any game I have ever seen or been a part of (it was really cool actually, because at this point I was on what they call "the berm" which was a bank on the side on the low ground in which the final flag was located, and I just lobbed pot shots in standing in the open basically spectating as my team swarmed the final flag, which was an easy flag after a day of hard flags so it was nice to just hang outside and watch after being a major part of one of the bigger flag grabs.
this was the most "legendary" game I've had, although I realize that playing certain games of speedball where I run snake side and do big damage or control an entire game, the small scale and fast pace of these games make it seem less impressive to me at least, even though I know it required much more skill to do what I do in the snake then it did to take target practice on some "walk on" level scenario players. I still just think the sheer volume of players I held off and eliminated and securing the foothold that was seemingly a big part of one of the biggest games i'd ever played in felt all kinds of awesome.
anyways, TL;DR... just read it