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15 April 2013 - 02:29 AMI agree 100% with Karnokr. I also was in the same situation recently and chose the PE Classic Kit Bag. The bag is durable, zippers, seams, and wheels are all top notch. Not to mention the bag is deceivingly huge! This bag will hold everything you need to play AND the kitchen sink.
02 April 2013 - 02:28 AMNXe by a long shot. They have been making pod packs longer than most of the kids in this forum have been playing paintball. Their quality, durability, and comfort is second to none. There is a reason why they have been one of the top pack makers for so long. HK is just to new into the softgoods side of things. And if the performance of their cleats and pants is any sort of indicator I would steer clear of HK until they improve their softgoods.
14 March 2013 - 12:00 AMOut of the 3 you listed I have shot the Clone GT (own) and the Ego11. I have yet to see an LV1 in person. But I can tell you without a doubt that the GT is smoother then the Ego11 by leaps and bounds and they have similar efficiency numbers. Maintenance is very simple on the Ego11 but it is not difficult by any means on the GT. Ergonomics are purely personal preference. But to me the GT is one of the most comfortable guns Ive ever shot.
As for the LV1 I'm sure it shoots nice for an Ego but I seriously doubt that it is smoother than a well tuned G6R, Vic or even a GT. The efficiency numbers being put up by the LV1 are less then impressive for a poppet. Not to mention the gun is just fugly.
07 March 2013 - 08:52 PMIve been using Dye armpads since 2005. Ive tried other brands and none compare. I simply refuse to use any other brand...even when I was sponsored by another company I used my Dye armpads. They are a little on the expensive side but worth every penny. They fit very well, durable, and very well made.
06 February 2013 - 12:42 AMNot that I am aware of. As far as I know the ASA on the G6R is basically a macroless cam-drive ASA. I do not believe that it has changed.