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#1 get.lit.up!

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 10:26 PM

Hey guys I've been browsing on PBRiot and I am surprised that TechPB doesn't have a Newbies guide yet! Anyways I will laydown the foundation for it and maybe we will stop getting all the threads about what to get as a noob and all the other good stuff we constantly spam to the newer players.

Here is my post from PBRiot that should serve a very good foundation with some modification just cause I care about TechPB more than PBR ;)

1)A GOOD Mask!
Paintball as you said earlier is funner and safer if your mask is comfortable! Go into your local brick and mortar store and try all the masks on! Everyone is different so you have to take you time and find one for you! Normally a paintballer would just buy one until its wrecked, if you don't buy a crappy budget mask then you will be set until that one breaks! There is also an option of picking up a GOOD mask for uber cheap and then replacing it with new lens (Thanks for that tip filphil!) . Buy New or Gently Used

My recommendation: VForce masks (I own a set of used Grill) I highly recommend trying the ProVantage if you are on a budget.

Other popular choices include Dye i4, JT Proflexes, and Sly Profits. Buy New or gently used

Mike's Vid from 2008 (yikes but still pretty current)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDgYqgwiJRg

2)Squeegees and swabs
The Squeegee and Swab are very important items. These two cleaning supplies will help you with cleaning your barrel. If you were to break paint in your barrel or breech, then your paintballs will be very inconsistent due to extra paint and can break more balls. So these two are created to resolve that problem. Use a squeegee to quickly get gunk out of your barrel and use a swab to polish your barrel. During a gun fight you should use a squeegee as a quick fix, and then run a swab afterwards when you are back at the rest area.

Here is Mike's Video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhEuySRc76U


Here is a better one from HustlePB, I think :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kLdasF7xTc

3)Soft goods!
Like I said earlier Paintball is funner and safer if your mask is comfortable! This can be extended further into paintball is funner and safer if you in general feel comfortable and protected. If you feel more protected your mind will let you unleash your full potential and let you play longer and harder. Soft goods are really up to you but I would recommend: gloves, beanies, knee pads, long sleeves, running shoes or cleats, and slider shorts (to put in to your coveralls but if you really want to get a jersey and pants those would be great options too). Also might want to get a gear bag too, remember as long as all your stuff fits in it it doesn't matter what bag you use (luggage bags ares good and so are smaller sized hockey bags. Like then said himself GET YOUR KNEE PADS! Buy New or used.

Mike's vid from 2009 (2.5 years man!)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=092gHWt6QFA

4) Hard goods
So You have a pod pack but no pods! Well You have many choices from 10 ball tubes to 140+ balls. Paintball caddys provide protection to your additional balls when you are off-field and its a bit more easier to pour balls into your pods this way too!

5)Hopper
Do you ever have moments where you should've gotten a kill but didn't cause your hopper jammed? Yea I had that happened way too much! A good loader will enable you to get ball into your marker to get your shots! Buy New or used

Here are my recommendations: 9bps or less (VL Revolution[non CAT, will probably have to get one used], 9+bps (Invert Halo TOO hands down).

Other newbie friendly choices may include: the VLocity.

Popular choice among more experienced players would include: the Dye Rotor, Pinokio and Empire Prophecy. Buy New or used. And dont buy a GXG pocket hopper (trust me)

Mike's Vid (Notes its from 2009, most of these hopper has seen new versions since then, and only compares the Rotor, Prophecy, and Pinokio , Mike you need to do a supershow on this plz)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4RpklaSSTQ

6)4500 psi tank
You might as well future proof while you are at it, 4500psi tanks give you more shots than its 3000psi counter parts. Dont even consider C02, just no. But pick a tank in the size that feels right for you (comfort baby, comfort!). Now only if they can mass produce a 4500 tank under 20cui. Mike can explain what size you should ideally get. 68cui is what the average person buys, but there has been an increase in people buying smaller tanks for a tighter setup. You should try these tanks in store with what will be your potentially new marker to see if you are comfortable with it (comfort peoples, comfort). Buy NEW! You don't know if used tank are 100% good or not, even a bit of oil on your fill nipple can cause catastrophic failure!

Mike's Vid from 2010 (yea still pretty good reference)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0kSQXW7Hc3I

7)Finally Your marker!
So you've been rocking the field with your upgraded rental marker! Congrats! Now time for you to invest. Do you like pump? Semi? or even Tourney style? Which ever you pick find one that you are most comfortable with! Buy NEW! Usually if you buy new from a local store they will give you lifetime warranty so you can get it maintained any time you need or repaired for cheap or free as much as you want for as long as you own the marker!

For a beginner pump I would recommend a KP2011, or if you can get your hands on them you can also invest in a older sniper (WGP).

For a beginner semi automatic mechanical the good old 98 Custom with ACT, anything with 98C internals, autocockers(used ones), or even a Kaos.

A good starter electro would be a Invert Mini (with version 3 parts of course), or a GoG eXTCy.

Mike needs a more general marker Mega show

8)Upgrades and accessories
Basically get what you feel you need, but know extra stuff can add on to the weight of your marker. Buy new or used if at all

Trustworthy sites to buy gear:
ANSGear
Paintball Gear Canada
TechPB BST
TechPB Deal Hunter

If you decide to to buy from the BST from here or anywhere -ORaNGe- provides a 3rd party service to keep you protected!
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Here is Mike's PSA that we should heed as well
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6IA5mGelR4

I'm willing to add more stuff to this with your credit unless I find more deets myself ;P Most of my PB knowledge is thanks to Mike :D

Other useful threads to check out:
Cookybiscuit's Accuracy Thread
Paintball Gear Sizing Charts for Dye, Valken, Empire, Invert, BT, PE By blckninja
Sticker Removal by -ORaNGe-
-ORaNGe-'s PSA about gifting money while using BST
Lens Color Choice by blckninja
The VS thread
Best $300 marker subforum

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 10:30 PM

Wow...good stuff all the basics in one

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 10:37 PM

yeppe, i think someone should make a even bigger thread that covers basically everything and it should be stickied, nice writup!!!

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 10:42 PM

Thanks guys I was really bored and posted a wall of text at PBRiot, and it evolved into this after reading a thread about getting a tippy 98c. Like a said earlier if everybody pitches in this has the potential to become a ultimate newbie's thread. Imagine less threads, it would be neat :tup:
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Posted 07 November 2011 - 10:42 PM

Good thread! :tup:
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Posted 07 November 2011 - 10:45 PM

i still think my halo too and 48/3000 are 1000000000000000x better than your rotor and 68/45 :dodgy:

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 10:51 PM

i still think my halo too and 48/3000 are 1000000000000000x better than your rotor and 68/45 :dodgy:


I would rather have a Halo too with a 48/4500 plz
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Posted 07 November 2011 - 10:53 PM


i still think my halo too and 48/3000 are 1000000000000000x better than your rotor and 68/45 :dodgy:


I would rather have a Halo too with a 48/4500 plz


well i got a spare 48/3000 but it's a ninja krz so i'll be willing to part with it for...hmm lets say your rotor + you add 300?

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Posted 07 November 2011 - 11:05 PM



i still think my halo too and 48/3000 are 1000000000000000x better than your rotor and 68/45 :dodgy:


I would rather have a Halo too with a 48/4500 plz


well i got a spare 48/3000 but it's a ninja krz so i'll be willing to part with it for...hmm lets say your rotor + you add 300?


no I already has 48/3000 and revvi that rapes all the little people, not kids, little people. That makes it legal in 50 states!

Anyways any more info that is of substance to this thread? Maybe we should add Cooky's thread about accuracy if he approves

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Posted 08 November 2011 - 10:54 AM


Cookybiscuit's thread added. I might just add intermediate player stuff too.


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Posted 09 November 2011 - 12:53 PM

added more useful links, cheers
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Posted 09 November 2011 - 05:24 PM

i still think my halo too and 48/3000 are 1000000000000000x better than your rotor and 68/45 :dodgy:


Rotor is for aesthetics mostly. However if you ever run out of air even once with a 3000 tank, you made a bad tank choice. If not, you're probably not shooting enough paint, but that up to debatable.
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Posted 10 November 2011 - 10:03 AM

I would highly suggest buying used as much as possible except for the mask. You can save a ton of money just buying lnib, I've seen an axe go for $25 more than an invert mini v3, and savings pertaining to tanks can also be big. My friend got a ninja 68/4500 that was born 2 years ago for I think $80. so yeah just my $.02

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Posted 10 November 2011 - 09:09 PM

Theres been these threads before but I dont know where they went, I think DK made one but he got banned ..liekWTF?
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Posted 10 November 2011 - 09:34 PM


i still think my halo too and 48/3000 are 1000000000000000x better than your rotor and 68/45 :dodgy:


Rotor is for aesthetics mostly. However if you ever run out of air even once with a 3000 tank, you made a bad tank choice. If not, you're probably not shooting enough paint, but that up to debatable.


i'm on a budget so i bought a 3000 tank and i fill up before every game cause our fill station is legit 10 feet from the field. and not shooting enought paint? i play 6 hours a week and only try to shoot a case a week, how can you say i'm not shooting enought paint?!?!!? you don't need to shoot like 4 pods a game to be good smart guy Posted Image

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Posted 10 November 2011 - 11:04 PM

Good guide! But I think buying lightly used markers is better, as long as you can maintain it correctly.

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Posted 10 November 2011 - 11:04 PM



i still think my halo too and 48/3000 are 1000000000000000x better than your rotor and 68/45 :dodgy:


Rotor is for aesthetics mostly. However if you ever run out of air even once with a 3000 tank, you made a bad tank choice. If not, you're probably not shooting enough paint, but that up to debatable.


i'm on a budget so i bought a 3000 tank and i fill up before every game cause our fill station is legit 10 feet from the field. and not shooting enough paint? i play 6 hours a week and only try to shoot a case a week, how can you say i'm not shooting enough paint?!?!!? you don't need to shoot like 4 pods a game to be good smart guy Posted Image


I can vouch for the quick access to air , and most new guys have a 3000 tank anyways like I as well. Paint? If you are good you can roll with pro and semi pro teams with a pocket hopper, its not all about shooting all your paint but rather making shots count ;)

Good guide! But I think buying lightly used markers is better, as long as you can maintain it correctly.


Yes but if you are a newb you are probably not going to know how to maintain your gear unless an experienced player helps you out. I would ONLY suggest for absolute newb or people like me who doesn't know how to maintain their guns yet to buy new from a store WILLING to give a warranty that will allow free maintenance on markers for as long as the owner owns that marker

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 08:58 AM

this should be stickied :tup:

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Posted 20 November 2011 - 09:47 PM

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Posted 21 November 2011 - 12:11 AM

I would add that when buying a used mask, replace the lens since I've never felt comfortable not knowing the exact condition of the lens from the previous user. Protect the most important vulnerable part of your face - your eyes.

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Posted 21 November 2011 - 11:00 AM

Thought you might like this one. I made a right up about the different lense colors and how they affect the light. http://www.techpb.co...1

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 06:34 PM

Good stuff from filphil and blckninja! Keep it coming guys!
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Posted 23 November 2011 - 07:12 PM

I would drop the bit about slider shorts. I understand the value for hard-core speedballers sliding all the time, but for a newer player I don't see the value. Knee pads are useful for everyone, slider shorts not so much.

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 11:49 PM

I would drop the bit about slider shorts. I understand the value for hard-core speedballers sliding all the time, but for a newer player I don't see the value. Knee pads are useful for everyone, slider shorts not so much.

Also in that spiel I said you buy what makes you comfortable, don't need slider shorts then don't get them. I would get some sort of groin protection nonetheless though to protect your unit or lack of
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Posted 30 November 2011 - 09:53 PM

Yea its a double post but upped so others can see, deal with it h8rs
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Posted 04 December 2011 - 10:39 PM

Yo added them subforums for all the haters to see!
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Posted 30 December 2011 - 11:39 AM

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Posted 30 December 2011 - 06:47 PM

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Posted 10 January 2012 - 05:49 PM

Hey guys i made it better! Maybe this can be a sticky now?
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Posted 10 January 2012 - 05:57 PM

Hey guys i made it better! Maybe this can be a sticky now?

Mods are now against stickying things unless they are of high importance, if you look around most of them have been pulled.

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Posted 10 January 2012 - 06:02 PM

<BR>Hey guys i made it better! Maybe this can be a sticky now?<BR>

1. You necroed your own thread.
2. Honestly, this could be better thought up and typed with more information.
3. It seems really arrogant that you're asking for your own thread to be stickied... chances are it won't.

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Posted 10 January 2012 - 06:05 PM

<BR>Hey guys i made it better! Maybe this can be a sticky now?<BR>

1. You necroed your own thread.
2. Honestly, this could be better thought up and typed with more information.
3. It seems really arrogant that you're asking for your own thread to be stickied... chances are it won't.


This. This write up is decent, not the best thing ever that deserves to be one of the few user submitted stickies. Also most of your information is you posting Mike's vids

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Posted 10 January 2012 - 06:07 PM

3. It seems really arrogant that you're asking for your own thread to be stickied... chances are it won't.

I asked for a sticky and got it first time, asking can do it.

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Posted 10 January 2012 - 06:14 PM


3. It seems really arrogant that you're asking for your own thread to be stickied... chances are it won't.

I asked for a sticky and got it first time, asking can do it.


True, but I never I never said it won't get stickied. Your thread was actually pretty interesting and helpful regarding a "controvesial" subject in paintball, and in my opinion, better typed up than this thread.

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Posted 10 January 2012 - 08:56 PM

Wow this got some comments on it :/
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1. You necroed your own thread. Ok I don't know how that reflects on me , but ok!
2. Honestly, this could be better thought up and typed with more information. Hey man I'm just chugging along and putting new things up as I learn ;)
3. It seems really arrogant that you're asking for your own thread to be stickied... chances are it won't. Never hurts to try... most of the time right? And if I'm arrogant for trying sue me :rolleyes:
4. I see how its controversial and it doesn't look like I've thrown my shit into the fan. At least it didn't hit me yet I think :/
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But mike's vids are pretty informational, its almost like edutainment :o
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Anything useful information always welcome here! Thanks for all the advice and :tup: its really appreciated

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 05:18 PM

thanks for the guide :D

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Posted 12 January 2012 - 12:47 AM

thanks for the guide :D

No problem! I made the guide to these comments :tup:
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Posted 14 January 2012 - 07:59 PM

Considering porting this thread to instructables, anyone second the motion?
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