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Snake-Eyes

Member Since 02 Apr 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 16 2011 10:18 AM
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Need a mod

08 October 2011 - 01:50 PM

In need of a mod i sent an item to a member yellow profiler's accidently forgetting to put the clips on it after i cleaned it for him before a shipping it Stupid move i shipped it next day the clips with a free gift for the dumb move and now its been awhile 2 weeks and there are no clips hes asking for me to buy him clips i shipped it all ill even find the recpit and post it he ordered no insurance or tacking must i do this or risk getting banned

massive gear bag sale

10 September 2011 - 04:33 PM

Hay guys im getting older and cant afford the sport anymore, its hard to let this stuff go but its the time to do so. Everyone as been good to me and so has the sport much love to all of you now offer up with cash NO trades Leaving the sport. If you see it in the picture and its not in the thread let me know i may have missed somthing theres alot of it. I will personally clean everything before i ship it out to you i will now take lacrosse trades on the blue g3 the pinokio and invert tooPosted Image
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Marker: Dangerous Power G3/IQ
Condition: 9.75/10
Color: Silver
Upgrades: None
Known Problems: Gun wont shoot, I think its because the solenoid is broken
Asking Price: $225 - 45(for solenoid) = $185 plus shipping
Shipping Options: Priority flat rate boxes
Trades of interest: None, getting out of the sport
Location of item: New Hampshire
What is Included: Everything that it comes with new
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Marker: Dangerous Power G3/IQ
Condition: 9/10 few nicks very slight
Color: Blue
Upgrades: Bob Long 360 Regulator
Known Problems: None
Asking Price: $225 plus shipping
Shipping Options: Priority flat rate boxes
Trades of interest: None, getting out of the sport
Location of item: New Hampshire
What is Included: Everything it comes with new except one allen keyPosted Image
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KP PUMP IS GONE:)

Marker: Smart Parts Ion
Condition: 8/10 few nicks
Color: Black
Upgrades: None
Known Problems: Doesn't shoot
Asking Price: $40 plus shipping
Shipping Options: Priority flat rate boxes
Trades of interest: None, getting out of the sport
Location of item: New Hampshire
What is Included: Just the gunPosted Image


Tank – 130
RILEYS
Tank size: 68/4500
Tank / Reg manufacturer: Ninja
Reg HP or LP: Adjustable
Condition: 9/10 Play wear
Born date: August, 2009
Re-test date: August, 2014
Area Stamps: Dot
Known Problems: none
Asking Price: $130 plus shipping
Shipping Options: Flat rate boxes
Trades of interest: None, getting out of the sport
Location of item: New Hampshire
What is Included: Tank and manual
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Tank size: 68/4500
Tank / Reg manufacturer: Ninja
Reg HP or LP: Adjustable
Condition: 9/10 Play wear
Born date: September, 2009
Re-test date: September, 2014
Area Stamps: Dot
Known Problems: none
Asking Price: $130 plus shipping
Shipping Options: Flat rate boxes
Trades of interest: None, getting out of the sport
Location of item: New Hampshire
What is Included: Tank and manualPosted Image
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Hopper – 110, 50
Item: Pinokio Hopper with Exalt speedfeed
Condition: 8/10
Known Problems: None
Asking Price: $110 plus shipping
Shipping Options: Flat rate boxes
Trades of interest: None, getting out of the sport
Location of item: New Hampshire
What is Included: Hopper, long nose cone, Exalt Speed Feed, org lidPosted Image
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Item: Empire Reloader B2 with Exalt Speed feed Condition: 8/10
Known Problems: None
Asking Price: $50 plus shipping
Shipping Options: Flat rate boxes
Trades of interest: None, getting out of the sport
Location of item: New Hampshire
What is Included: Hopper, Exalt Speed FeedPosted Image
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Item: Invert Halo II with Virtue Speed feed
Condition: 8/10
Known Problems: Feed neck is broken
Asking Price: $30 plus shipping
Shipping Options: Flat rate boxes
Trades of interest: None, getting out of the sport
Location of item: New Hampshire
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Official Word From Ollie Lang

02 March 2011 - 08:11 AM

http://networkedblogs.com/eW0rv

After probably one of the hardest decisions I have ever had to make in my entire life, I have chosen to rejoin my childhood friends on Dynasty.

Ever since I was 14 years old my dream was to play professional paintball. I wanted to compete with the best, be the best and be compensated the best. I dreamed of our sport being equal to football, basketball and baseball. Although we have not reached that level yet, I still have faith that one day we will-maybe not in my time-but with the proper people involved and support of everyone, we can make this a reality.

I was asked to join the Ironmen and represent Dye in 2006, it was a task that had never been done and a contract that had never been signed before in our industry.

I wanted to be the first to do it and live up to the title people had given me as the “Best paintball player In the the world”. I wanted a new challenge and I took it gladly.

Now five years later I have accomplished my goal of being a professional paintball player and being compensated at the highest level. I brought a team back to its legendary status, along the way winning back-to-back championships. I represented a great brand in our industry to my fullest potential, and enjoyed every second of it. Dye has really been a family to me, on the business side, professionally and the family side. I will forever hold them in a part of my heart.

I look forward to the new roads that lie ahead. I am back to revitalize Dynasty, back to my roots back to my friends. It’s time to work even harder than ever, and older we get, the harder it’s going to be since it doesn’t come as naturally as it did when we were younger. We are all in agreement with this and truly believe the best is yet to come.

Look out for a new younger and improved Dynasty, and a kick start to a new paintball industry.

Whether you’re an Ironmen fan or a Dynasty one, I hope you’re still an Ollie Lang fan because I will continue my devotion to the growth of this sport.

Everyone get back out there and start playing. I’ll meet you on the paintball fields.


propaintball.com got a interview with him:Thank you Schuppert3

In 2006, Ollie Lang (website) announced a sudden departure from his friends on San Diego Dynasty. Ollie had inked a deal with the Los Angeles Ironmen that set the record for the highest salary paid to a professional player. Since then, Dynasty fans and players have dreamt of the day that Ollie and fellow Dynasty players Yosh Rau, Alex Fraige and Ryan Greenspan would re-unite and return to the top. Just last week, Ollie Lang set headlines across the world when ProPaintball announced that Lang had returned to San Diego Dynasty. Today we present to you an exclusive interview with one of paintball’s most celebrated players and insight on the race back to the top with his friends on San Diego Dynasty.

1) Oliver — tell us about your move back to Dynasty. Was it an easy decision?

Ollie Lang: It was not an easy decision at all and probably an even harder decision than my departure in 2006. When I left in ’06, it all happened within one week. I have been stressing over this decision since October. I never really let things weigh me down but I was in a funk for the past few months debating over my options. I really wanted to follow my heart but I love both of these teams, so it was a major mental and internal debate.

2) How do you feel about this being a “New” Dynasty? No Brian Cole, Johnny Perchak, Angel Fragoza, or Todd Martinez? Do you think the new players can/have filled their places?

Ollie Lang: I’m not going to lie, I am very excited about these new kids on the team. Our old core was unique but there were a lot of hot heads and opinions back in the day. It wasn’t easy when we were our own coach and had to choose who to play and who to sit. Back then we were young and lucky, now we have to work even harder and these new kids are ready to do that as the face of dynasty changes.

It’s about gearing up for the future and I’m more than excited to be a part of the team with these new kids who want to listen and learn from the world’s best players.

3) On Ironmen you were not only the captain, but the leader. Dynasty has had Fraige and Greenspan holding the reigns for the past 4 seasons. What is your attitude going into the 2011 season in regards to your role on dynasty? Will you share the leadership and key decisions with Fraige and Greenspan, again?

Ollie Lang: This team has and always will be a democracy. It’s an even scale of paintball brilliance across the board. We fight and argue but at the end we have the best answers and results. We are all equals and we will work together to become the best team to ever play the game again.

4) At the height of Dynasty’s “reign,” there were moments of complacency amongst members of the team, guys that felt there wasn’t enough of a challenge when all of you were together. Is the rise of Dynasty back to the top your new challenge?

Ollie Lang: The challenge is to come back and do it all over again! We want to triple stamp the double stamp Dynasty as the best team in the world hands down bar none! Dynasty wants to enlighten new kids with skills and proper professionalism that will propel the longevity of our sport.

5) Will your move back to Dynasty affect your relationship with Dave Youngblood or those with your friends on the Ironmen?

Ollie Lang: The Ironmen were my friends but not more than teammate friends. When I lost nicky I had no one else that was my age and a close companion or friend. That’s important to have. I cherished all of my relationships with teammates; Brandon Short, Mike Paxson, and Mikko Huttunen were some of my closest friends but nothing compared to Alex Fraige, Ryan Greenspan or Yosh Rau who I have 15 years of history with.

Dave Youngblood was one of my best friends and I considered him my brother. I could speak for hours upon hours to Dave about everything and anything which is a special thing that I only have with a few people. Dave and DYE were really the only things that would have kept me on the Ironmen. I believe in him and his brand more than anything and I will miss all the time spent with him. We will still continue our friendship but my transfer will hinder all the time we used to spend together, which is what builds friendships.

6) What will happen to your position at DYE? Will you continue to travel abroad; representing your sponsors and speaking at seminars?

Ollie Lang: Unfortunately it will be terminated. Hopefully one day I can again work with Dave and DYE Precision.

7) You have had the opportunity to travel the world through paintball. What is your most favorable travel memory, non-paintball field related?

Ollie Lang: That question is impossible to answer, because it is not yet over. In fact, it is just getting started. Any moment spent with great people is what my favorite memories consist of and I have shared many with incredible people over the years.

8) You started a paintball team with your friends Ryan Greenspan, Alex Fraige, and Yosh Rau, have won several world championships, and are now returning to play with your friends and build another championship team. With that in mind, what advice can you share to young players and their teams?

Ollie Lang: Really we started playing paintball because it was fun. The illusion of fame and money corrupted a lot of younger players after my generation. People changed and acted differently. They tarnished the sport, their teams, and themselves.

Be yourself. Be the best you can be. Be a role model for the sport. Build the sport. Reflect positively on others as you grow in this sport.

Paintball is filled with great people in every corner of the world, but there is a lot of greed out there and selfishness. I try not to follow that road. Nobody likes arrogance or shitty punk attitudes. Play paintball because you love it, not for what your get out of it. Greed and arrogance should not be the driving force behind any decision.

9) Will 2011 be the year of the dragon?

Ollie Lang: Will it? Well then it only makes sense. I did notice the paintball gods have been very happy with this transition. I expect clear sky’s at 90% of the events, great attendance, and the highest level of play that the paintball world has seen to date.

Thank you Schuppert3

Break the record party

01 March 2011 - 09:39 PM

Lets break the online record at once guys Break the record party ahhaha

Broken as of 9:42 PM est 476 people

Mods!

01 March 2011 - 04:32 PM

Hay mods i just reported someone for incorrect BSt format and no pics but did not relies i was accidental in the appraisal secontion sorry about that Basically to cover my ass from getting a warn hahahaha