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Strider

Member Since 07 Oct 2009
Offline Last Active Mar 02 2010 09:19 PM
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In Topic: Tippmann Clan

21 October 2009 - 01:53 AM

Bump

In Topic: I HATE FUCKING TOWING COMPANIES!

20 October 2009 - 03:29 AM

Dude that freakin blows. I would sue the shit out of them if they had your car deliberately towed. And 235 bucks to get your car out of the yard that's across the street is a major rip off. I could maybe see 20 to 50 bucks but come on that's just outrages.

In Topic: Starting new team

19 October 2009 - 12:42 AM

I see. I play at Colorsplash in pueblo. I was just there today and the scenario field has been improved greatly. Great place to play not too expencive except for paint whichs kills my back pocket every weekend lol

In Topic: Tippmann Clan

15 October 2009 - 01:52 AM

Tippmann was my first marker and i still have it. Im going to polish my internals soon for it as well as some other things. Im in on this for sure. Count me in.

M98 Custom Pro ACT Platinum
G36 Mag kit
J&J 16'' Ceramic Barrel
Remote Coil
Command II Stock
Invert TOO Loader
E-Grip (Currently having problems with)
Clicky Pen Mod

Ill post a pic soon.

In Topic: A-5 vs 98 CP

13 October 2009 - 11:55 PM

I have two 98's and an A5 and theyre both great. The 98's are alot more compact than the A5 and they are way more balanced than the a5 with the cyclone sticking out the side. If youre going for Tippmann anyway i would say get the 98's because they have alot more functional ups. Either way if youre buying a Tippmann you could drop it in the mud let it sit for 5 minutes and pick it up and shoot it again with no problems lol. just up to personal preference i think, go to a shop and feel them both out and make your decision on that.


Any marker is a personal preference. I agree with esupb1. I have dropped my M98 from a 7ft ledge (it got knocked out of my hands in the first place and I went falling with it.) hit the ground hard (some how didnt break any paint, dont ask) picked it back up and kept firing. The biggest and probably best thing you get from any Tippmann is the (as Mike said it in the Tippmann show) Bullet Proof reputation with Tippmann. IMO you don't necessarily need the flatline barrel for the M98 at least. I dont know about the X7 and A5. I put a 16'' J&J on my M98 and it out performs the flatline.