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Dust

Member Since 07 Aug 2010
Offline Last Active Jan 15 2012 02:58 PM
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In Topic: Trigger walking

24 August 2012 - 08:45 AM

Don't worry Luxor, she was just intimidated by your amazing two-finger skills.

But yeah, the only thing you can really do is practice. While your sitting on the computer, looking at techpb posts, take out a gun and start walking the trigger!

In Topic: Woodsball Clan!

24 August 2012 - 08:41 AM

All prices come from ANSgear.com.
My Opinion:V-Force ProVantage - $43.00
Invert Too - $74.00
Ninja Carbonfiber 68/4500 - $160.00
GoG eNVy - $200.00

Total: $477.00

Yeah, sorry I went 27 dollars over. This is just my set up I bought when I began paintballing, in this order, and it worked out to the same price range as your budget.
The ProVantage, in my opinion, is great. It lets you breath well, covers your forehead, chin/chin bone, and ears very well, and the comfort ability isn't that bad. The hearing isn't too bad, but you can't expect everything perfect for the price its selling at.
The Invert Too is my only electric hopper, so I can't really compare it with others. All I know is, is that it has kept up with the speeds of my paintball guns without any ball chops, it is easy to function (Easy to turn on and all the modes), and I haven't changed the battery in a long while.
68/4500 Carbon Fiber tank is the tank I was told to get as a beginner player. I don't really know all the reasons why, but I was told that its the most commonly used tank for all around play, its ratio of the amount of air it holds to size is great and stuff like that.
And the eNVy. Reason why I didn't put a used mid-end gun for their first gun is because as a beginner, I would like a sense of warranty of the first things I get. If I buy used and if it has a problem, I wouldn't know what the hell to do. If I tried looking it up and doing it myself, I have more of a chance of breaking it. And then I have to pay money to send it into the company and hopefully the company will fix it. Instead of taking the chance with all of that, I'll buy a new gun which is great for new players, affordable, durable, comes with semi-automatic, three round burst, and fully automatic firing modes, and gives me the ability to get the feel for a paintball gun so when I am ready, I can get something better. IF I want to keep going with paintball.

In Topic: Woodsball Clan!

23 August 2012 - 02:05 PM

Oh. That still looks really cool though. The revolving chambers make it look original.

In Topic: Top 10 Paintball Masks 2012

23 August 2012 - 01:07 PM

Going along with what Unfated said, I think there is more:
Along with non-fogging lenses.
Easy maintenance
Price

In Topic: Woodsball Clan!

23 August 2012 - 11:49 AM

If the DRV has the rotating spring feeds then I guess so.
I just think this would look like a really cool revolver is because of the rotating spring feeds.