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Cyco-Dude

Member Since 28 Dec 2010
Offline Last Active Jul 21 2014 11:14 PM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: New NinJa Tank DOT Issue

21 July 2014 - 12:22 AM

 

That's just stores not being able to sell tanks the same month they're made, it has nothing to do with the tank type or anything like that.


I meant is it because steelies don't sell as well as CF so they sit around longer. It's just sucks that I payed full price for the tank and it only has 4 years left.

 

 

this is not uncommon, and it's not that bad really. i would not worry about it. sell it off in two years for $35 and get a new one. *shrugs*


In Topic: should I upgrade

21 July 2014 - 12:18 AM

i think use the vmax if it works for you. it's not terrible (although it did have some rough areas that were corrected in the vmax 2). anyway, $30 is not a bad price, assuming it works like it should and it's not beat to heck.

 

i say rock it, and save up for something else you need. like paint and field entry fees. ;)


In Topic: Poppet valve vs Spool valve

21 July 2014 - 12:15 AM

right now, spools. specifically, automags (it's clsoe enough to spool). more compact, quieter and smoother shooting than my tippmanns, which i like. they burn through air though...good thing i don't shoot that much paint!


In Topic: ICP B5 help

07 July 2014 - 03:36 AM

does it have all the internals that it's supposed to have? does it have a sear? are you sure that it's not already cocked? hav you tried gassing it up and pulling the trigger with a fresh battery?


In Topic: Playing Against Newbies

03 July 2014 - 11:20 AM

I'll one ball with an electro on rentals, I will only roll on a trigger when I'm playing with rentals if i know the person I'm shooting at has played before and can i know will be okay with getting hit once or twice or if the person I'm shooting at is bonus balling or wiping.

 

 

I run my G6R and just run semi 6 or so.  There's no reason to swap guns out, just turn down the fire rate and let them know it.  Most people I've run with have no care as long as the fire rate is similar to what they have.

 

 

While I do have multiple markers with batteries and not doesn't mean I need to keep a mechanical marker to play walk-ons/rentals.

Proper trigger control is good enough and actually using the common sense not to throw ropes at people who aren't as good as you.

People just need to know when and how to turn it down...

 

these guys have the right idea. it's all about trigger control.