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Sickrick

Member Since 10 Apr 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 09 2009 02:58 AM
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In Topic: Free Finale

08 December 2009 - 07:46 PM

Here is the link http://www.freefinale.com/ But registration is over the game was capped at 1000 players. The field is awesome you can go to the link he has a 360 map that you can see the whole field. Bill Smith runs a class act game. You really need to try to make it to one of his scenarios he has great writers. There are several great teams that attend his events which makes it an event you don't want to miss.

In Topic: Free Finale

05 December 2009 - 02:25 PM

I can't believe no one is talking about the Free Finale on here either it has to be one of the best games in the country to attend. Thank god for pbjunkies site. For who ever does'nt attend your loss.

In Topic: SPPL 2009 Finals

21 October 2009 - 06:27 PM

first! and this is cool haha



Yo!! You forgot the (GLR) Great lake Rangers. They came in forth in the masters div. They put up a great fight against every team they played. They run with excellent sportsmanship. They helped my team get back on the field when we had back to back games with ten minute turn around time. Hoo raa to Team Great Lake Rangers thanks for the help you got our sportsmanship votes. Team Supressor

In Topic: new dp gun??? dp g3 spec-r

27 September 2009 - 12:58 PM

The plus'ses of the DP G3-R
Just received the spec-r-p in the mail today. Initial comparison out of the box the marker has smoother lines and less blocky milling.


2. The eyes covers are larger and well allow the triggers frame to be re-attached to the marker without the chance off the eye wires being pinched. New design of detent for DP should work great.

3. The almost ¾ in. less length from the top off the trigger frame to the bottom of the regulator seems to be a lot more tight and comfortable.


4. The new on-off button is much superior. The button should allow easier action with enough movement to accommodate upgraded boards without having to use a spacer.

5. Milling around the on-off portion of the grip frame has a more ergonomic feel.

6. The (power grip) will not be missed, it was utilized by some woodsballers but not enough to make a difference. The marker is balanced perfectly to be carried from the back horn. I do miss the grip slots on the back horn they worked well for anti-slip.

7. The trigger is a real nice touch finally sticking a roller trigger in and putting the adjustments in where the F8's where. The inlaid magnet was another plus.

8. Back cap has been milled out to not only to be lighter but have more grip for no tool access. The back cap which used a 3/16" now takes 1/4". I would like to see a gauge here though it is real nice to know the operating pressure in the marker.

9. Not putting the filters in the 90's that where clogging in a short amount of time due to fields not changing there filters in there air compressors.

10. The removal of all springs is a total bonus for all.

11. Old G3 weighs 1lb. 15.6oz. the new Spec R 1lb. 12.4oz. that's 3.2 ozs. lighter.

12. Microswitch board

DP did a really nice job on the improvements on the G3 platform. I will be running efficiency test in the next few days well post up.

In Topic: Who wants to see my Dangerous Power G3 Spec-R?

27 September 2009 - 12:40 PM

DP G3-Spec-R Plus'ses
Just received the spec-r in the mail. Initial comparison out of the box the marker has smoother lines and less blocky milling.

2. The eyes covers are larger and well allow the triggers frame to be re-attached to the marker without the chance off the eye wires being pinched.
3. The almost ¾ in. less length from the top off the trigger frame to the bottom of the regulator seems to be a lot more tight and comfortable.
4. The new on-off button is much superior. The button should allow easier action with enough movement to accommodate upgraded boards without having to use a spacer.
5. Milling around the on-off portion of the grip frame has a more ergonomic feel.
6. The (power grip) will not be missed, it was utilized by some woodsballers but not enough to make a difference. The marker is balanced perfectly to be carried from the back horn. I do miss the grip slots on the back horn they worked well for anti-slip.
7. The trigger is a real nice touch finally sticking a roller trigger in and putting the adjustments in where the F8's where. The inlaid magnet was another plus.
8. Back cap has been milled out to not only to be lighter but have more grip for no tool access. I would like to see a PMD here though it is real nice to know the operating pressure in the marker. It also uses 1/4" allen instead of the 3/16"
9. Not putting the filters in the 90's that where clogging in a short amount of time due to fields not changing there filters in there air compressors.
10. The removal of all springs is a total bonus for all.
11. Old G3 weighs 1lb. 15.6oz. the new Spec R 1lb. 12.4oz. that's 3.2 ozs. lighter

I think Dp did a fine job making these changes to the G3 platform. Yes they could put alot more into the marker. Cost was the issue here. They wanted to keep the cost around the Se price.
I will be doing efficiency test all this week.