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XGC_Cheevo

Member Since 22 Apr 2010
Offline Last Active Sep 12 2016 08:23 PM
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In Topic: Has techpb officially died?

23 August 2016 - 08:02 PM

It would be great to do a reunion of sorts for the tenth anniversary. I know I would love to run the field with you all as just players again.

Lead on the field with our play not from a box. I know I am much better on the field then in a box. I got my ass handed to me in Dreaded Legends. 

I hear that Willie, I'm doing my best to keep heading back there! And if Dreaded Legends is available again I'll be trying to plan that as well!


In Topic: Has techpb officially died?

11 August 2016 - 07:58 PM

This 'n that.

 

One day, dear Andrew, we will run through the glorious silken fields of CPX together again.


In Topic: Who are you and what do you do?

13 June 2016 - 10:03 PM

I don't think its bad at all to bring back topics if it means we're all still alive.  I've been busier than all hell with adult things. I passed my Professional of Engineering test for Mechanical Engineering so that was 3 months of studying well spent. Found out a week after the best Living Legends I've ever attended (this was 6th). Running with the Citrus team was full of shenanigans and man hugs.

 

I also help with Habitat for Humanity and we're two months from our first house of the year. Pretty exciting time for families in need!


In Topic: age range

27 March 2016 - 07:31 PM

I didn't see anything in the rules about an age range. Perhaps someone else knows? I'm sure there is some sort of age restriction but I couldn't find it. Ah well, I tried.

 

10 is the legal waiver age for insurance companies who cover paintball related activities. I don't believe there is an upper limit. Personal mobility seems to take care of that as we all get older.


In Topic: Returning after a year.

26 March 2016 - 10:12 PM

I'm biased but I prefer my Bob Long markers. I shoot a G6R and absolutely love it. If you can deal with using a pressure tester to fine tune it and actually take the time to do it right you can have an extremely nice shooting marker, which is somewhat quiet compared to most poppits and the efficiency is fantastic.

 

Now if I had to do it all over with a newer marker, I'd be all over a VCOM because I love the engine change capability.