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Shade

Member Since 29 Sep 2008
Offline Last Active Jul 31 2009 12:31 PM
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In Topic: pump kit?

18 November 2008 - 07:59 AM

Short answer is yes. If you pump it you won't have to worry about most of the settings. You'll still have to set the sear lug but thats not difficult. You really should learn how to do it though, just so you have the knowledge in case you ever need it. It's kind've like only learning to drive a automatic. Your probably never going to need to drive stick but if you ever do your pretty much screwed.

In Topic: Whats the best gun that can run off of Co2?

15 November 2008 - 06:32 PM

Palmer Blazer

In Topic: Rotor or Pinokio

04 November 2008 - 11:18 PM

If you need to be able to hold 400 rounds - pinokio, if you don't - rotor. It's as simple as that.

In Topic: the name game

04 November 2008 - 11:15 PM

7/10 - Not original but still pretty good.

In Topic: rotor

02 November 2008 - 10:50 AM

It is being lazy. And yes, people are buying a loader so they can say "Oh my loader gets 50BPS". What's the point if you can't shoot that fast in tourneys, or recball for that matter. It's just stupid IMHO.
EDIT: Yes, I shoot an Ion, but I also have a PM6. But that negates the fact. I do play a decent amount of paintball. But I rarely ever get shot in the loader. If you keep yourself hidden, and tucked in right you won't be getting shot in the loader. And yes, I find it fun to take my gear apart. Plus I will never send my stuff to someone to fix it. I'd rather do it myself. I also take tools with me to the field. So in case something does break in my loader, I can fix it. Most times it takes 2 minutes. Big woop, that's like sitting out for one Low Tech game.


No it's not. If I take the elevator to the 50th floor does that mean I'm lazy? No, I'm just not going to waste my time climbing 50 flights of stairs. I like my b2 but if something goes wrong I don't want to take the time to completely take it apart to find out what it is. I would much rather just pull a few tabs to take it apart, not because I'm lazy but because IT SAVES TIME. I'm sure some people will be bragging about how fast there loader feeds but there are people who do this with every product. For me I can use the speed, I play in games (although not all the time) where you can have whatever mode and bps you want. If I wanted I could put this on my sl8r and probably fire in excess of 40 bps. Will I be using this feature often? No, but I have it as an option and the faster a loader feeds the more reliably it feeds at a lower bps.