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Pack Advice

27 August 2009 - 05:32 AM

Hey guys I need some advice on getting a good pack. I'm looking for a good durable 4+5 that isn't going to cost me 50 or 60 bucks. Can you guys name a few packs are brands that are priced really well right now that would be good for me to get? Thanks in advance!

Max-flo Micro tank compatibility

26 August 2009 - 12:27 PM

Can I use any bottle with the max-flo micro? Or does it need to be smartparts?

WTT for SFT Shocker

26 August 2009 - 07:24 AM

I want to trade my dm9 for a shocker(preferably stock).. looking for 400 cash added

soon to be New Autococker owner

05 July 2009 - 06:28 AM

If you're a tinkerer be careful because autocockers are balanced markers, and sometimes a slight adjustment to certain settings can really through it out of whack, and give you a big headache. I've had cockers for about 4 years now, and what I did was research like crazy everything I could find about autocockers before i picked on up, it helped a lot. I'm sure you have heard they are complicated... eh it's not really true. They have a lot of things that work together to make the marker fire, once you understand the odds, and ends of it and how all the systems work together it's really simple. Research about the timing of an autococker and make sure you really learn the concept of timing and what it means for your marker. Cleaning is very simple after you play drop a few drops of gun oil into the asa, reattach your air source, and fire the marker 10-12 times that will lubricate all the parts of the pnuematics. Maintenance really isn't that hard.. learning how to time it is the most difficult part, and once you have that down pact it's easy as pie to keep up with them. you really shouldn't have to clean the bolt too often unless you break paint, and if you do it's very very simple you just pull the pull pin out of the back block, slide the bolt out of the back block, take your barrel off and run a squegee through. Make sure you also do some research on "short stroking" when you fire, and on the different degree's of the trigger pull. Last but not least enjoy your marker bro, you're buying yourself a piece of history, and a cocker is still the most unique firing paintball gun to date.