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#1 Branimir D.

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 06:31 PM

I'm new to paintball and I just wanted to get some opinions on the equipment I want to get. What I have now is a Invert mini with nothing. No tank or Hopper. Nothing so I'm building it up.

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 06:37 PM

Take off the barrels unless you want and overbore/underbore set up. Also get rid of the chest protector and the neck guard.


It is frowned upon at my field to wear a bounce vest and you rarely get shot in the neck. You get shot inside of the hopper more than you do the neck

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 06:40 PM

Take off the barrels unless you want and overbore/underbore set up. Also get rid of the chest protector and the neck guard.


It is frowned upon at my field to wear a bounce vest and you rarely get shot in the neck. You get shot inside of the hopper more than you do the neck

I disagree. I get shot in the neck more than i do get shot inside the hopper. However, i get shot on the outside of the hopper the most. Neck Shots are just something you will have to deal with and they aren't THAT bad.

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 06:41 PM

I'd drop the chest protector. It doesn't hurt to get shot inthe chest for but more than a second. Plus I didn't see knee pads, which are more important to me than elbow pads, or a pod pack. Do you already have these?

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 06:44 PM

I want to use evil paint so that's why I'm getting the .685 and I'm getting the .689 for cheaper paint.

I'm pushing towards getting the neck guard because I'm been shot in the neck when I'm running into a bunker and it hurts. Plus it looks like I have a hickey for the next week.

Is there any other barrels you would recommend?

I'd drop the chest protector. It doesn't hurt to get shot inthe chest for but more than a second. Plus I didn't see knee pads, which are more important to me than elbow pads, or a pod pack. Do you already have these?



I didn't think of knee pads. Thanks. I have a pod pack already.

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 06:52 PM

Take off the barrels unless you want and overbore/underbore set up. Also get rid of the chest protector and the neck guard.


It is frowned upon at my field to wear a bounce vest and you rarely get shot in the neck. You get shot inside of the hopper more than you do the neck


Is there any barrels that you recommend?

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 07:05 PM

I'd recommend critical 100g barrel kit or for more you could get a empire freak kit

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 07:40 PM

You can buy a barrel kit later. For now, spend the money on paint.

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 07:42 PM

Evil paint?

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 07:44 PM

Just get a one piece .686 lurker and be done.

Just because it is crappy paint does not mean it is bigger.

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 08:01 PM


Take off the barrels unless you want and overbore/underbore set up. Also get rid of the chest protector and the neck guard.


It is frowned upon at my field to wear a bounce vest and you rarely get shot in the neck. You get shot inside of the hopper more than you do the neck

I disagree. I get shot in the neck more than i do get shot inside the hopper. However, i get shot on the outside of the hopper the most. Neck Shots are just something you will have to deal with and they aren't THAT bad.

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I'd drop the chest protector. It doesn't hurt to get shot inthe chest for but more than a second. Plus I didn't see knee pads, which are more important to me than elbow pads, or a pod pack. Do you already have these?

i don't agree with you on that because a pod pack is essential for staying in the game. yea so you don't have knee protect. most pants have some short of shin and knee protection anyways. also i'd rather have red knees then calling myself out because i have only a hopper worth of paint.


Just get a one piece .686 lurker and be done.

Just because it is crappy paint does not mean it is bigger.

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 09:37 PM

All looks good to me except id recomend ya save some money and only get the .685 CP barrle. For one the .685 is gona work for most any of the paint ya find these days and for two you stock barrel is most likely a larger bore like a .690 so in the unlikely event ya having issues with the .685 you can switch to the stock barrel instead.

Also as mentioned i strongly reccomend some knee protection weather that be simply paintball specific pants with built in pads or more purpose built knee protection is your preferance but some kinda knee protection is a god send.

And lastly if you want the added padding of a bounce vest and neck protector all the power to ya. They are not maybe NEEDED BUT if they make you more comfortable in playing the sport you love by all means GET THEM. Personally i never have had either but that does not make me any better or more AGG. Its simply i feel more comfortable playing without for temperature and mobility reasons. Paintball will always sting but if wearing a bit more gear allowes you to play a bit harder and a bit more aggressive than i think that gear is a great investment.
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Posted 28 January 2013 - 10:19 PM

All looks good to me except id recomend ya save some money and only get the .685 CP barrle. For one the .685 is gona work for most any of the paint ya find these days and for two you stock barrel is most likely a larger bore like a .690 so in the unlikely event ya having issues with the .685 you can switch to the stock barrel instead.

Also as mentioned i strongly reccomend some knee protection weather that be simply paintball specific pants with built in pads or more purpose built knee protection is your preferance but some kinda knee protection is a god send.

And lastly if you want the added padding of a bounce vest and neck protector all the power to ya. They are not maybe NEEDED BUT if they make you more comfortable in playing the sport you love by all means GET THEM. Personally i never have had either but that does not make me any better or more AGG. Its simply i feel more comfortable playing without for temperature and mobility reasons. Paintball will always sting but if wearing a bit more gear allowes you to play a bit harder and a bit more aggressive than i think that gear is a great investment.



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Posted 28 January 2013 - 10:22 PM

The reason I want to get the .689 is because in a video I saw from mike on techpb's YouTube site. He says because he lives in Florida the paint expands towards the end of day. I also live in Florida.

All looks good to me except id recomend ya save some money and only get the .685 CP barrle. For one the .685 is gona work for most any of the paint ya find these days and for two you stock barrel is most likely a larger bore like a .690 so in the unlikely event ya having issues with the .685 you can switch to the stock barrel instead.

Also as mentioned i strongly reccomend some knee protection weather that be simply paintball specific pants with built in pads or more purpose built knee protection is your preferance but some kinda knee protection is a god send.

And lastly if you want the added padding of a bounce vest and neck protector all the power to ya. They are not maybe NEEDED BUT if they make you more comfortable in playing the sport you love by all means GET THEM. Personally i never have had either but that does not make me any better or more AGG. Its simply i feel more comfortable playing without for temperature and mobility reasons. Paintball will always sting but if wearing a bit more gear allowes you to play a bit harder and a bit more aggressive than i think that gear is a great investment.


Yeah, I'm aggressive but since I'm Florida I'm still thinking because of the heat.

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 11:06 PM


Take off the barrels unless you want and overbore/underbore set up. Also get rid of the chest protector and the neck guard.


It is frowned upon at my field to wear a bounce vest and you rarely get shot in the neck. You get shot inside of the hopper more than you do the neck


Is there any barrels that you recommend?

Disruptive Barrels are pretty awesome for the price. Awesome honing, and a great amount of porting and control bore. Come in a sick style, and its only about 50 bucks. However, its kinda pointless to get a better barrel unless the honing inside is crappy.
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Posted 29 January 2013 - 12:23 AM

Just get a one piece .686 lurker and be done.

Just because it is crappy paint does not mean it is bigger.


Lurker barrels come in .678 and .684



Take off the barrels unless you want and overbore/underbore set up. Also get rid of the chest protector and the neck guard.


It is frowned upon at my field to wear a bounce vest and you rarely get shot in the neck. You get shot inside of the hopper more than you do the neck


Is there any barrels that you recommend?

Disruptive Barrels are pretty awesome for the price. Awesome honing, and a great amount of porting and control bore. Come in a sick style, and its only about 50 bucks. However, its kinda pointless to get a better barrel unless the honing inside is crappy.
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To OP, all you need is a small (<.680), middle (.683-.686), and large (>.689) bore option for sizing. Whatever barrel, barrels, or barrel kit you get the stock barrel on any marker except the G6R will provide you a large bore option.

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 04:26 PM

You should just get the MR100 Pro package it comes with everything you need. Mask, tank, loader, spare parts and has a fair price at $164.95 here:

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 05:08 PM

No offense but I think my invert mini will do better then a mr100

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 05:13 PM

Take off the barrels unless you want and overbore/underbore set up. Also get rid of the chest protector and the neck guard.


It is frowned upon at my field to wear a bounce vest and you rarely get shot in the neck. You get shot inside of the hopper more than you do the neck

I wish bounce vests were frowned upon at Skirmish....out there i feel like the only kid not wearing a bounce vest and ghillie suit Posted Image


but anyway if a bounce vest makes you feel comfortable for a few games in recball i dont see the issue...and depending on your mask(not sure about E Vents) a neck protector could be glorious! I always wear one with my dye i4!

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 05:48 PM

No offense but I think my invert mini will do better then a mr100



It probably would, that package just had all the extras but the marker wouldn't be as decent considering the price.

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 05:56 PM

I would make sure you have all the proper gear so that you are having fun playing and not getting hurt. As for paint... Evil is great paint but expensive. Valken and GI paint are good and cheaper. If you are also looking for a place to buy I use Tri-City Extreme. They are great about answering any questions about gear and also have fast shipping so check them out www.tri-cityextreme.com
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Posted 30 January 2013 - 05:59 PM

You should just get the MR100 Pro package it comes with everything you need. Mask, tank, loader, spare parts and has a fair price at $164.95 here:

http://paintballguns...mr100-pro-pack//

This is horrible advice. The Mask is crappy, the tank is crappy, and the mr100 is crappy. The only uncrappy thing in this package is the gravity feed loader.

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 06:46 PM


No offense but I think my invert mini will do better then a mr100



It probably would, that package just had all the extras but the marker wouldn't be as decent considering the price.

It has a mask without thermal lenses, a gravity feed hopper, a C02 tank and blowback marker. Not really a good deal at all.

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 10:10 PM

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 10:16 PM

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 10:21 PM


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Posted 30 January 2013 - 10:22 PM


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Posted 30 January 2013 - 10:36 PM



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Posted 30 January 2013 - 11:15 PM


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Posted 30 January 2013 - 11:39 PM

Or any other high end loader.

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 02:48 AM

I decided in going all out and getting a smart parts freak kit and a dye rotor. What do you all think?

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 05:12 AM

Take off the barrels unless you want and overbore/underbore set up. Also get rid of the chest protector and the neck guard.


It is frowned upon at my field to wear a bounce vest and you rarely get shot in the neck. You get shot inside of the hopper more than you do the neck



i agree but i would rather have gloves then a neck protecter
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Posted 31 January 2013 - 05:25 AM

I'm new to paintball and I just wanted to get some opinions on the equipment I want to get. What I have now is a Invert mini with nothing. No tank or Hopper. Nothing so I'm building it up.

Ninja Carbon Fiber HPA Tank - 68/4500 grey

Ninja Tank / Bottle Cover - Black - New 2012 Version 68ci

Custom Products 1 Piece CP Advantage Barrel .689 - Silver

Custom Products 1 Piece CP Advantage Barrel .685 - Dust Silver

Empire 2013 Grind Elbow Pads THT Large - Black

Empire 2013 Grind THT Pads Chest Protector - Black

Dye Paintball Performance Neck Protector - Black

2009 Empire E-Vents Paintball Mask - White

Empire Vents Mask Replacement Lens - Thermal - Ninja/Black

Invert Too Paintball Hopper - Matte Black



I would also think about getting groin protection, an o-ring kit ( it sucks blowing an o-ring and having to sit out the rest of the day ), and a good pair of shoes.

I decided in going all out and getting a smart parts freak kit and a dye rotor. What do you all think?



good call on the rotor, the freak kit is ok

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 10:23 AM


I'm new to paintball and I just wanted to get some opinions on the equipment I want to get. What I have now is a Invert mini with nothing. No tank or Hopper. Nothing so I'm building it up.

Ninja Carbon Fiber HPA Tank - 68/4500 grey

Ninja Tank / Bottle Cover - Black - New 2012 Version 68ci

Custom Products 1 Piece CP Advantage Barrel .689 - Silver

Custom Products 1 Piece CP Advantage Barrel .685 - Dust Silver

Empire 2013 Grind Elbow Pads THT Large - Black

Empire 2013 Grind THT Pads Chest Protector - Black

Dye Paintball Performance Neck Protector - Black

2009 Empire E-Vents Paintball Mask - White

Empire Vents Mask Replacement Lens - Thermal - Ninja/Black

Invert Too Paintball Hopper - Matte Black



I would also think about getting groin protection, an o-ring kit ( it sucks blowing an o-ring and having to sit out the rest of the day ), and a good pair of shoes.

I decided in going all out and getting a smart parts freak kit and a dye rotor. What do you all think?



good call on the rotor, the freak kit is ok


if you get hit in the groin it's kinda your fault. most of the time you should be behind cover snap shooting or peaking out, so if your groin is exposed, your doing something wrong.

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 03:53 PM



I'm new to paintball and I just wanted to get some opinions on the equipment I want to get. What I have now is a Invert mini with nothing. No tank or Hopper. Nothing so I'm building it up.

Ninja Carbon Fiber HPA Tank - 68/4500 grey

Ninja Tank / Bottle Cover - Black - New 2012 Version 68ci

Custom Products 1 Piece CP Advantage Barrel .689 - Silver

Custom Products 1 Piece CP Advantage Barrel .685 - Dust Silver

Empire 2013 Grind Elbow Pads THT Large - Black

Empire 2013 Grind THT Pads Chest Protector - Black

Dye Paintball Performance Neck Protector - Black

2009 Empire E-Vents Paintball Mask - White

Empire Vents Mask Replacement Lens - Thermal - Ninja/Black

Invert Too Paintball Hopper - Matte Black



I would also think about getting groin protection, an o-ring kit ( it sucks blowing an o-ring and having to sit out the rest of the day ), and a good pair of shoes.

I decided in going all out and getting a smart parts freak kit and a dye rotor. What do you all think?



good call on the rotor, the freak kit is ok


if you get hit in the groin it's kinda your fault. most of the time you should be behind cover snap shooting or peaking out, so if your groin is exposed, your doing something wrong.

Run throughs/bunker moves?

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Posted 31 January 2013 - 11:04 PM

You actually very unlikely get shot there. More chest or legs. I havent gotten shot in the nuts, and im notorious for pulling off risky moves like that. Just get some good pants and you should be more than fine.
I would look at the Disruptive pants: relatively cheap, good protection, nice breathability, stretch points, and.tons of adjustability for a personal, custom fit. The padding is great for slides and will protect you well, and there's padded support to keep your pack up. Heres a link:
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