Jump to content


Member Since 29 Aug 2009
Offline Last Active Private

Posts I've Made

In Topic: A little overpriced for a Tippmann

05 November 2014 - 05:05 PM

Wouldn't be hard to have a loader keep up, the Amazon ad says it does about 12 rounds per second, and most loaders these days can easily do 15+ rounds per second.

In Topic: New to paintball, wants to go magfed

21 September 2014 - 02:26 PM

Not being able to switch hands is not a bad thing or a hinderance in any way whatsoever. But I wouldn't go with a remote line, I'd go with a marker that allows you to use a 13ci tank in the stock. I've heard good things about Scarab Arms, and they're not a bad price.

In Topic: Paintball workouts

02 September 2014 - 01:15 AM






What is that?


oh no no no.....



In Topic: Sponserd

13 August 2014 - 06:42 PM

My first piece of advice, if you're asking people for money, is to make sure you spell it right. It's sponsor, not sponser, and sponsored, not sponserd. Helps make you seem more legit, and worth the money they're giving you.


My second piece of advice is to ask yourself who, what, where, when and why.


Who do you want to sponsor you?


What do you want your sponsor to give you?


Where are you going to show off your sponsorship?


When are you going to help promote them?


Why should they give you anything?




These are some more questions you need to answer.


What tournaments have you been in?


What prizes/trophies have you won?


What scenarios have you played in?


How many people do you have on your team?


How long has your team existed?


If people give you something, whether it be goods, services, or money, how are you going to give them a positive return on their investment?




You have to realize that they view a sponsorship as an investment. You have to articulate clearly what you want from them, why they should give it to you, and how you'll be able to make sure they get a positive return on their investment.


If you can't give them a positive return on their investment, then you're simply wasting their time, because they're not going to give you anything.

In Topic: Dye Lock Lids

10 August 2014 - 09:16 PM

That depends on what price you're getting them for. I've probably got like 10 locklids, and I love using them. They're easier to open than normal pods, they hold more paint, and they look cooler. But, I didn't pay $5 a piece for them. I got them used on the cheap, probably a dollar a piece, if not less. Some I even got for free. Do I think they're worth $5? Eh, maybe yes, maybe no. Do I prefer them over normal pods? Sure do. Am I glad I got some on the cheap? Yup.