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gbonus4

Member Since 25 Apr 2009
Offline Last Active Mar 25 2010 08:09 PM
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In Topic: Pump play

23 February 2010 - 10:18 PM

IF you get that deal get a winchester hopper with a modded lid the gxg hoppers SUCKKKK

In Topic: Catching Paintballs

20 February 2010 - 05:00 PM

This has already been posted..
Like a week ago..
http://www.techpb.co...showtopic=78508
GOSHUMS.
And the fps is only 230.. i bet ANYONE could do this..
Lol.

In Topic: Milsim Idiot

14 February 2010 - 10:01 PM


Well i live in Canada.
I am a law freak.
The rules for paintball markers are as follows (most likely exact same deal with airsoft in Canada)
1# If you have your marker assembled outside of a licensed paintball field, it is illegal
2# If you shoot your marker outside of YOUR OWN personal property, or a licensed field, it is illegal.
3# When traveling with your gear, you must have it fully disassembled, degassed, and stored out of site, (gear bag/backpacks work), if not its illegal
4# YOU CAN NOT HAVE YOUR PAINTBALL MARKER OUT (even UN-ASSEMBLED) while you are a driver or passenger in a motor vehicle, it is illegal.

Most of the charges in these cases, unless someone is harmed seriously, would be followed by a summary conviction charge (no more then 6 months of incarceration and/or 5000$ fine), and if someone IS seriously harmed or injured, more likely a hybrid or indictable offence (charges range all the way up to life without parole, depending on the particular case)

KTHXBAI.

In this case he COULD be charged with breaking rules #1 and #2, most likely receive a summary conviction charge, if the case goes to trial, and probably would be fined between 200-1000$. (But by the looks of the video i doubt any charges will be laid.)


Geez, didn't know Canada was trying so hard to become Soviet Russia/UK/Japan/most of Europe with all of the laws concerning items that fire a projectile.


Just because Canada has the sense and decency to protect the public from harm doesn't mean we are communist.
If anything I think the USA should follow our example and begin to CARE about what is happening with gun's and violence in its communities.

In Topic: Milsim Idiot

14 February 2010 - 09:55 PM


Well i live in Canada.
I am a law freak.
The rules for paintball markers are as follows (most likely exact same deal with airsoft in Canada)
1# If you have your marker assembled outside of a licensed paintball field, it is illegal
2# If you shoot your marker outside of YOUR OWN personal property, or a licensed field, it is illegal.
3# When traveling with your gear, you must have it fully disassembled, degassed, and stored out of site, (gear bag/backpacks work), if not its illegal
4# YOU CAN NOT HAVE YOUR PAINTBALL MARKER OUT (even UN-ASSEMBLED) while you are a driver or passenger in a motor vehicle, it is illegal.


Then what about all the outlaw fields I see around me? Those outlaw fields are not licensed paintball fields. Not that I am challenging your post, but I am just wondering why are there outlaw balls if there are #1 and #2. From what I know, police are fully aware of these outlaw fields and some have even came by and greeted the paintballers.

If these rules are strictly enforced, outlaw ball will cease to exist, which is awesome from a field employee's persepctive.


Outlaw games are in-fact illegal.
Hence the term "Outlaw".
I thought that would be quite obvious..
If the police aren't doing anything about it then they must be either immensely irresponsible, or these so called "Outlaw" games might have been organized events and you just were not aware of the event.

In Topic: If Underbore works better?

06 February 2010 - 11:03 PM

cause they play in warm/humid environments, and paint adapts to its surroundings (aka swelling)
its a lot easier to shoot clean an overbored barrel with swelled paint then an underbored one.
and incase theres that ONE misshapen or oblong ball in the bunch it wont shred and ruin the accuracy of the rest behind it