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JohnnyBee

Member Since 18 Jun 2010
Offline Last Active Sep 25 2010 12:33 PM
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In Topic: DP G4, Infinity Legend or invert mini

13 September 2010 - 08:31 AM

I say definitely mini or legend. I've shot both now seeing as I was in the same boat 3 months ago. So I ended getting them both to test them out for myself hands on. They are both amazing in my opinion. BUT I actually prefer the mini more. Lighter, compact and actually has a noticeably smoother shot IMO than the legend. I didn't think there was that noticeable difference in shots at first, but the more I played with the mini and then tried shooting the legend after, I noticed big time. I understand though that if you get a rhinoxl spring that the legend gets smoother but even then I might choose the mini still as it is more compact. But it depends on how smooth the spring actually makes the legend. Now as far as maintenance and build durability, the legend is easy to maintain and feels more durable, but the mini isn't far behind. Then mini is easy to maintain and hasn't shown me any problems at all yet with its build and it feels solid in my hands. Now the legend has a nice trigger but imo the mini doesn't have a bad one. Again, l actually enjoy playing with the mini more and I haven't noticed a problem with the mini trigger but know that they are two completely different triggers. Lastly, many will say that the legend is better because it comes with the Tadao board stock, but as far as I can tell the board doesn't enhance performance in a gun, it just enhances ease of use and programming for the player. That being said I haven't had any problems with either the legend board or the mini board and as far as i can tell they both come with all the tournament modes needed. The mini does everything the legend can aside from having the name tadao attached to the gun. Now I cannot stress enough that I have shot both guns and have played with both guns and I received them both at the same time around one month ago. They are both amazing. But I simply find myself picking up the mini now as my primary out of the two. And the mini is only $300. Hope this helps.

EDIT: Also, I was worried for the longest time about all of the dreaded supposed mini issues. But I learned that the problems are all supposedly gone in the latest generation of mini. So I took a leap of faith and bought a mini because I had to know for sure and compare the two guns. Until now, the mini has literally worked flawlessly for me with no issues, and so has the legend. No issues. Lastly, To give you an official vote from me, I vote mini out of the two. Lighter, compact, poppet, and imo shoots smoother than the legend. Now I only say IMO because at the end of the day thats all it is BUT I will say that after shooting both the legend and the mini, the mini is definitely a much smoother shot than the legend. One last note that I wouldn't of minded if players told me about, so I will give you the heads up. Now this is only based on the size of my hands and the way I hold my markers, but i if I had to say one issue with both guns I would say that on the legend the grip is square shaped and hurts my hands to hold it after a while. By square shaped I mean it doesn't have smooth/rounded edges. And on the mini, the screw on the back end of the gun behind the grip digs into my hands and hurts after a while. So wear gloves with both lol

In Topic: Clip Fed Markers

11 September 2010 - 08:45 PM


Thanks. Yes I agree. It would definitely be a different playing style. I would indeed try to be more of a conservative player. I like the idea of it. Kinda like playing pump, Thanks for the info. I'll check out the Rap4 guns but as of now, tiberius seems to be on top. Another question I have though is, aside from the first strike rounds that I would be using as much as possible, how does the t9 and t4 shoot regular paintballs? In the case that I either run out of or don't have first strike rounds.


I believe on the t4 and t9 you pull a lever then rotate the barrel 180 degrees or somethin like that then it will shoot paintballs hopper fed from an elbow. Or i think you could just use a paintball mag with the first strike barrel. Not 100% sure.


In my personal opinion i really think you should skip the mag fed guns. I think you should just get a trilogy pump, ninja air tank, and a shake and shoot it will be more convient. First strike is really expensive and if you arent using the air tank in the stock you will drop a lot of cash on 12 grams.

yeah. I know it would be more expensive. But if I bought a clip fed marker it is mainly for fun and yes I would use the in stock tank. Not 12 gram co2 tanks as you are correct, it would cost alot. Also, when I asked how they handle paintballs i meant how is there shot? not how do I switch from first strike to paintballs. Do they shoot smooth or good at all? Or does it shoot like a blow back gun? Overall how is the performance when shooting paintballs? Thanks for all the info.

In Topic: Clip Fed Markers

11 September 2010 - 05:30 PM

Cool. Thanks. But how are they? are they worth the extra money? or do the first strike rounds put tiberius in first still?

In Topic: Clip Fed Markers

11 September 2010 - 09:48 AM

Thanks. Yes I agree. It would definitely be a different playing style. I would indeed try to be more of a conservative player. I like the idea of it. Kinda like playing pump, Thanks for the info. I'll check out the Rap4 guns but as of now, tiberius seems to be on top. Another question I have though is, aside from the first strike rounds that I would be using as much as possible, how does the t9 and t4 shoot regular paintballs? In the case that I either run out of or don't have first strike rounds.

In Topic: Q Loader

09 September 2010 - 11:53 PM

Thanks for all the info everyone. Looks like i wont be getting one lol. Thanks for the heads up.