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aabateries2

Member Since 28 Feb 2010
Offline Last Active Mar 13 2011 11:38 AM
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In Topic: Other uses for knee pads

09 June 2010 - 06:25 PM

my dye c8 knee pads are great at taking up space in my bag till i use them at the field

In Topic: Have 170 in Paypal, WTB stuff!

03 June 2010 - 10:40 PM

you should move the money to your bank, then buy paintballs with it so you can play, and not just sit there

In Topic: dye nt (nice try)

03 June 2010 - 02:05 PM

differences:
1. NT has no LPR, DM9 does
2. NT has quick snap grips, DM9 doesn't
3. DM9 has the Fuse Bolt, NT doesn't
4. NT has the ironmen trigger, DM9 doesn't only on the Ollie Lang and Ironmen edition does it come with the Ironmen trigger

Similarities:
1. Hyper 3
2. Dye UL
3. they're both made by Dye


the no lpr is the 1 good upgrade. the snap grips are nice, but unnecessary. its not a big deal to unscrew a couple of screws.the bolt still fires the paintballs, just different ways. the trigger is what, $40? i would pay 700 and 40 for a dm9 and the trigger, rather than 1700.
there. enough said.
dye nice try not worth it

In Topic: dye nt (nice try)

03 June 2010 - 12:20 AM

it shot good, but just as good as all the other dm's. i just dont see why someone would waste over a grand on a single paintball gun. especially $1700. its just a dm9 with a couple small changes. dye probably spent $500 changing the dm9 into the nt. now they charge you $1700 for it.
not worth it. for that price, it should do something other than just shoot paintballs. like the luxe. it talks to you. the nt does not. im not a fan of the luxe, but at least with its large price tag, it does something other than shoot money out of its barrell<---(spelling)

In Topic: Whats the best paint I can get for about $20-40

02 June 2010 - 11:21 PM

draxus training. 30$ a case. decent stuff.