- Active Posts:
- 128 (0.67 per day)
- Most Active In:
- Equipment Advice (47 posts)
- 15-November 12
- Profile Views:
- Last Active:
- May 16 2013 03:35 PM
- Member Title:
- Duck Dynasty Describes My Wet Dreams
- 14 years old
- July 25, 1998
- The Mecca of Paintball, SoCal
- Square 1 Soldiers D3 PSP and PSP feeder leagues
- Click here to e-mail me
20 Apr 2013 - 13:24
20 Feb 2013 - 21:37
13 Feb 2013 - 14:29
04 Feb 2013 - 00:24
29 Jan 2013 - 22:25
16 Jan 2013 - 13:23
Old Dude PB
07 Jan 2013 - 07:18
07 Jan 2013 - 06:45
04 Jan 2013 - 23:57
27 Dec 2012 - 01:32
Posts I've Made
21 April 2013 - 04:22 PMA z2 at 130 is a steal. In my eyes the z2 is far superior-the auto unjam features is less stuff to think about and troubleshoot on the field, the mouth for loading paint is much larger and in turn more paint in the loader, it holds more paint for being able to hold a stream longer before going to reload, and as contrary to popular belief, the Z2 is not that complicated once you understand how it goes together.
Granted the Z2 does not have the battery life of the rotor, but it does have the rip drive incase you happen to go out with dead batteries on the field. I love the Z2 and if you don't mind about an extra minute of disassembly if you need to clean out the loader from a broken ball in it and can afford to change batteries more often and don't mind doing so, the Z2 is great.
20 April 2013 - 06:05 PMThe guys in your shop have no clue in hell what they are talking about. The boss bolt works wonders; it makes the axe noticeably quieter, more efficient on air, it gives it a softer shot and its also very soft on paint as well.
AS for tuning, what I did is I dropped in the smallest spring, brought out the velocity adjustment in the back to flush, and set my OPSI on the reg to about 140. as for the dwell, I followed what it said on the sheet, if I remember about 4ms but don't quote me on that. `Basically I tried to make my shot the quietest and smoothest possible. To answer your question, Yes I would adjust dwell.
19 April 2013 - 12:47 PMAt first glance I didn't even see a difference.
19 April 2013 - 12:42 PMI have the 2012 LTD's and they are amazing! They seem a bit bulky at first glance to me but in reality they are super durable-1080D nylon in the knees (I've had them for 8 months and they have been through dozens of practices and a tournament and they show little to no signs of wear), padded in the places it matters most-hips, family jewels, knees, and they have a microfiber cloth on a leash in the pocket. I wear a belt with them because I'm skinny-6'2", 165lbs and they never fall and I hardly notice them.
2012 Empire pants for 115$, you cant go wrong.
On another note as cool as the HK pants look, I have seen the knee pads tear after only a couple of practices. I would really look into the 2012 LTD's for you they last a while and are just great.
18 April 2013 - 03:12 PMI would play the home and the god/d-side god equivalent if there is one. Make those your primary bunkers to get to off the break. Your home can fill either side if you go down a body and can really help out.
If you consistently cant make those bunkers off the break, you could try a center A run or just go narrower off the break. I would just try really hard for your home player to get that G1 off the break and you should be good.