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In Topic: LV1 vs 2013 demon

Yesterday, 09:14 PM

I've owned 3 demons. My first one never had that problem whatsoever. The second one the shuttle valve seemed to be kind of sharp around the oring grooves, but the bolt was fine. Gave me an issue once with the thin little orings the shuttle uses. So I sold it fast, like you did, I didn't want to bother with it..


This one I currently have I purchased with completely polished internals... You'd be surprised what a difference that makes. I have the dwell 4 or 5ms lower than stock settings and it's amazing. probably one of my favorite shooting markers I've ever owned. It's as quiet as my old luxes, but gets around 9-10 pods per 4k fill.


If you're buying new, get an LV1. If you're going used, buy one of the Mayhem demons going for $300 on Nation. Hell of a steal. 

In Topic: dm7

Yesterday, 01:06 PM

There is one on nation, the guy refused a $400 offer on it. So I'd say to the right buyer it's worth ~ $400. The oil slicks are becoming pretty hard to get, I'd say the $300 is pretty fair honestly. Especially with a CF back. 


the one recently posted on nation-


In Topic: Legacy Paintball & Airsoft: Grand Opening

15 April 2014 - 04:15 PM

Wow. That is very close to CPX, like 20- 30 minutes? 


also, $80 for GI 3 star and $75 for 2 star scenario?  :blink:

In Topic: I'm not new to paintball, but I'm still afraid of getting hit

14 April 2014 - 02:15 PM

Probably using heat... The yellow shelled heat is the next monsterball. I swear it is. I took at least 3 or 4 bounces Sunday playing recball and the Saturday before while I was reffing I saw 4 bounce off someone and 2 on another person in the same exact match. I was bouncing some of the heat off of poles, shooting 275- 280. They're fucking marbles. 


 I won't be buying it anymore. It's worth the extra $10- $20 to get better paint. You'll shoot straighter and your shots will actually count. Everyone else will have a better time too.  

In Topic: CCI Phanton compressed air or co2

11 April 2014 - 02:13 PM

I always ran my phantoms on co2. It's what they were originally built to work with back in the 80s. 


However, if HPA is more convenient they'll run just fine on it. I could get by with just adjusting the velocity with the stock silver spring inside. Sometimes people run into problems and cant adjust the velocity down low enough, or vise versa. Therefore, most people tend to buy a spring kit and swap the stock silver spring out for the blue spring and adjust them from there. 


That's usually the best way to run a phantom on hpa in my opinion.