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pballgiant

Member Since 26 Jun 2011
Offline Last Active Mar 28 2014 11:22 PM
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In Topic: Feild Paint And Admission prices

30 June 2013 - 10:30 PM

$20 entry fee
$85 for a case of DXS Bronze
$75 for a case of DXS Field

In Topic: Greg hastings for ios

08 May 2013 - 07:26 PM

Horrible controls.
Fun, but you pay for events in coins and you get coins by competing or buying them.
Overall shit game to me.

You don't have to pay if you beta tested it 😏

In Topic: Gun Kick

30 March 2013 - 08:49 PM

The fact is a lot of paintball players are underweight crybabies and have never fired a real gun so they think their etek kicks like a freaking Garand. Maybe its because I weigh 260 pounds or maybe its because I shoot a lot of real guns but I honestly don't think that any marker other than the spring blowbacks like tips and spyders have any kick at all. Most modern electros kick about 1/2 to 2/3 as much as a 22 magnum. Tippmanns kick about as much as a 22 magnum, which is almost nothing. It is possible to make air guns with no recoil by using clever venting and stuff like that but it really isn't necessary. I swear I am going to throat chop the next person I catch whining about the shot quality on his gun.

Also, anyone here who has access to a shooting range, go rent a 9mm or a 40 and shoot 100 rounds through that. Even better is if you can find a 308 or 12 gauge. I promise you will never even notice your markers recoil ever again.

When you are using laning with psp with your gun it is nice to be able to put down a consistent stream of paint. Also people spend $1000+ on their markers so you should expect nice shot "quality"

In Topic: Rare White JT Proflex Bottoms

13 March 2013 - 08:51 PM

100% on no trades?

What did you have in mind?

In Topic: Impact pulls out of NPPL

24 February 2013 - 08:01 PM

honestly, pro teams will not make or break the NPPL

For everyone one pro team, there are dozens of other D1, D2 and D3 teams.

How the NPPL caters to their divisional teams, will make or break their success

There are dozens of successful small scale tournament series, all over the World, where no pro teams play

This only opens up opportunity for other teams to step and play their spot.

Well put