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In Topic: Need a gun, any suggestions?

27 March 2015 - 09:44 PM

Personally I only maintain my tournament markers routinely to ensure maximum performance when I'm playing tournaments.

My recreational marker I barely maintain at all. only when it's being finicky or leaking do I even do maintenance to it. Said rec ball marker is a gog eNMEy. Smooth, and quiet I mean my geos are great and all but without an emc kit I'm less likely to abuse it as much as I do the enmey.

In Topic: Ask all the questions you want, and don't be sorry!

26 March 2015 - 11:21 PM

If the empire vent (helix, eflex, events) system fits you then go nuts. Personally the spectra system is the way to go (proflex, proshield, vidar, flex8)

In Topic: HK TFX Loader. Thoughts?

16 March 2015 - 06:32 PM

And unfated, do not think it has not changed (from being geared towards highest feed rate possible) ? Things have moved towards easy maintenance, tool-less disassembly, and ease of operation.

Well, up to a point it has.  If you look through recent threads in the equipment advice section, there are still plenty of users arguing for only purchase of Rotors and Spires.  I get it, those are both great loaders, though my personal experience with the Rotor is that it was not the most paint friendly with high quality paint.  However, you're also talking about an expense that is $150-$200 brand new.  An older pinokio (admittedly, getting harder to find), Pinokio Speed, and the Vmax2 are a fraction of that price for everything needed.  I just don't understand the drive on high end loaders when what's needed is easy maintenance, tool-less disassembly, and ease of use and those particular features don't have to come at a premium price.
 
Manufacturers are in trouble, because they are releasing a ton of loaders at the $200 price point when that market segment is ready to completely flip over.

Personally I think it's advertising that is selling the spires and rotors. And yes I do agree that hoppers are pricey, like hell I am not too pleased dropping cash the still pretty high price of a spire when the team says ok let's get spires when we all already own a rotor.

I admit I do want to try a speed and see how that goes over, have not had a chance to try a pinokio Hopper or a vmax.

Especially dye like fuck me the r-2 is pretty sweet but I ain't got time to drop $250+ on one.

It doesn't matter what you think, how you want to insult me, or what kind of "logic" I'm using


Well maybe to you it doesn't matter. And crying victim over calling me someone that can't use my brain, bitch please. And yes it's terrible logic you are using, see my last post for said logic

In Topic: HK TFX Loader. Thoughts?

15 March 2015 - 10:36 PM

That logic....

Doesn't agree with you = no brains/ incapable of using their brain
Agrees with you = a fucking god

Grow up.

And unfated, do not think it has not changed (from being geared towards highest feed rate possible) ? Things have moved towards easy maintenance, tool-less disassembly, and ease of operation.

In Topic: HK TFX Loader. Thoughts?

13 March 2015 - 10:13 PM

If I can run my fingers enough and the marker is physically able to go 30 bps in a tournament setting (legally of course) I deserve to shoot that 30 bps.

Not to mention you probably didn't pick up on the 30 bps sarcasm