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GTX206

Member Since 11 May 2009
Offline Last Active Jul 30 2009 12:59 AM
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In Topic: These are my "bitches"

11 July 2009 - 06:12 AM

Mike I think you kill w00t everytime you say cuz ur old! lol

In Topic: So, whose gonna hook me up?

11 July 2009 - 05:59 AM

The fields I play at rock so far. I've got 2 to choose from and those 2 are Lake Cumberland Paintball and Cumberland Paintball :P

First one (LCP) is 2 miles behind my house and the other one is 30 miles away. I go to CP cause people still go there, the LCP is still open but you have to call in appointments which no one does, and CP has friday games from 5 till 9+ ish and with a $5 dollar field and all day air fee thats not to bad and $50 for a case of paint (Formula 13).

CP has there Indoor speedball field with is pretty nice, but could use some cleaning up :P and they have an outdoor field that is supposed to be the largest is KY! lucky me eh? They also are very nice, they gave my friend a rental air tank for free.

In Topic: G3 and Air tank

03 June 2009 - 06:58 AM

Hey GTX, I had this problem with my G3 when I tried putting on a Guerrilla tank with a myth reg. Fucker is small as hell and hit the back of the grip-frame just like yours. What you have to do is take off the grips (both sides), then remove the battery and remove the board via the three phillips head screws accessible from the right side of the trigger frame (if you were to point the gun away from you). You can leave the eyes and solenoid plugs attached to the board, just gently slide it out of the way. There should be two screws in the bottom of the grip-frame holding the ASA on. You have to loosen these using the correct size allen key (which I believe is 3/32") and just slide the ASA back until the back end is flush with or extends about 1/8" beyond the back of the grip-frame. This will allow the reg's gauge to clear the back of the grip-frame.

You MAY have to cut a new piece of macro-line for the new position of the ASA.



Thanks man, worked perfectly.

In Topic: Torque Loader

01 June 2009 - 01:14 PM

Message me directly and post this video here ;)



I finally got it open! I had to start from the right side, push down the button, pull, then push the right one, and pull again lol and I only cut myself once! Woo

In Topic: Torque Loader

01 June 2009 - 12:43 PM

i had the same problem with my torque, it feels like you will break it when you first open it, trust me i thought i did when i first did
so keep pulling the lids apart, it will go eventually...
they're kind of a pain aren't they???



Ooooooh yeah