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Mikeypoo095

Member Since 24 Jan 2011
Offline Last Active Aug 20 2011 10:04 PM
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In Topic: prophecy hopper

29 January 2011 - 01:06 PM

Try new batterys. Or it might be something in the feedneck. I had this happen to me also. I just Didn't put the feedneck of the loader all the way down into the marker and it worked fine.

In Topic: What is the best $1000 gun

29 January 2011 - 12:40 AM

get an etek3, rotor, ninja tank, and soft goods with that $1000



Rotors are gross and jam a lot. Go with a Prophecy

In Topic: What do you guys think?

29 January 2011 - 12:34 AM

Of course, the thought just struck me, you said you were gonna get a 12. Maybe by then they will have those problems worked out, definately keep your eye on it if the gun still intrigues you, i know i will, despite my problems i still loved the marker



Thanks for the info man!
You wouldn't happen to have a nt or dm laying around for a freebie would you?;) Lol.

In Topic: Pinokio vs Rotor vs Prophecy?

26 January 2011 - 08:42 PM

Thinking about upgrading my hopper so should i go with the Pinokio. Rotor, or Prophecy? and if anyone is selling any of them please post.



I own a Prophecy, and i love it. But i've heard that people haved switched to a Prophecy from a Rotor because the Rotor jams. But i've heard that Pinokios are very reliable and run well. Posted Image

In Topic: What do you guys think?

26 January 2011 - 06:18 PM

If you think about it he pretty much did give a price range...but on to answer your question....Honestly ive shot and owned ALL those guns, almost every year too. Its really about what exactly your looking for...low maintence? sound signature? and ergonomics. For example DM's and EGO's are practically left and right wings, Dms are very quite and very high maintence, they have alot of downtime if not properly maintained. Ego's however tend to be very loud, but reguire practically no maintence, and when you do maintain them it takes about five minutes. So that being said then after that it comes down to ergonimcs, ur just gonna go and have to hold some of the guns and see which one *feels* nice, what feels good in *your* hands. Thats not something really anybody can help you with, as i said when you get to that range all the guns are phenominal, just a matter of preference. Now if you have specific questions then of course we can answer those. Good luck! If you have any questions about specific markers myself or anyone else will dot heir best to answer im sure



I've really had my eye on the Nt's. If i get one i'll probley wait and get a 12. What can you tell me about them?