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Blowback

Member Since 22 Jun 2011
Offline Last Active May 04 2014 10:57 AM
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In Topic: Used empire axe vs used dye dm9

16 February 2014 - 05:33 AM

DM 9 for sure 


In Topic: Best Spoolie

12 February 2014 - 01:41 PM

about 120 psi at 300fps. I bought a used gun but like every gun i have owned to date i did a rebuild shortly after i got it"changing all orings".  


In Topic: Upgraded Axe vs. g6r

12 February 2014 - 01:32 PM

If you have different tanks that you swap between , with different output then dont bother with the g6r. The regs must be adjusted every time input pressure changes and you should use the pressure tester each time.

If that is not the case i dont see why you would shoot a axe over a g6r. G6R is lighter, Better trigger, Better ergonomics, Better battery life, Better efficiency, Much lighter, much sexier . Only other downside is "to me" that it is a stack tube .

The Axe may have a good sound signature when it has a boss bolt and if you dont like stacktubes its a single tube- 

I have owned both and would never pick up a axe to replace the G6R even though i love the mini\axe platform. The timmy is just that much better.     


In Topic: Best Spoolie

12 February 2014 - 01:22 PM

There are also multiple videos showing the clone getting what would be 11 on a full fill. All depends on which ones you watch. Also, most people who've had them claim around 11 pods once broken in. I do not know, unfortunately, how much quad mod'ing makes a difference though. I haven't shot a DM14, or a 2.0, but I have shot other luxes, and every DM from the 4 to the 12. I've played days with them, I know how many pods I got from them. Same with the Clone GT. With full fills. I can only go by my personal experiences.

My Clone GT would do no were near 11 pods . Thats why it got sold together with the regency crome 2 . Could not be used for the local woodsball field were they have maximum 3k fills.... The GSL i bought this January though is way closer to that efficiency claim.


In Topic: Etha + more play time vs etek 4

29 October 2013 - 06:54 AM

It should be durable most PE guns are . I dont know anyone who had serious issues with the Etha yet and if you had the Customer service is exellent. It does have a closed bolt system unlike the ETEK so its harder to get dirt into the gun as well...