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unfated33

Member Since 15 Nov 2012
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In Topic: Help needed

25 June 2015 - 08:20 AM

I think your goal is too low to start a field. Have you looked at zoning, electrical needs, air compressors and all the other stuff it takes to run a field? I just sold my field to spend more time with my family but it takes a lot of work to make it successful.

No way?  Spending time with family is always the most important goal, but I kind of assumed you would be running that field for forever.

 

PaintTactics, be sure you're thinking about every dotted i and crossed t.  Electrical needs, compressor costs, bathroom and utilities, land maintenance/landscaping - that's the mundane stuff that will kill you.  Even if you're doing it on the cheap it can still be significant "hidden" costs.


In Topic: Tippmann X7 Phenom

07 June 2015 - 08:47 PM

:tup:

 

I hope you have fun out on the field with your new marker!


In Topic: ANSGear sends me defective items, tells me it isn't their fault and they won't be fixing it.

07 June 2015 - 08:45 PM

ANS sent it to another player (p1) that opened the package and found it to be defective. P1 took pictures, asked for a refund, and then got it. ANS then sent the same regulator to OP exactly in the same condition (same scratches, same missing pieces).  ANS conducts an investigation internally to find out why OP has a defective regulator, and determines it is the manufacturers/USPS because the "package had never been opened before."


In Topic: Real world bore to paint advice!

01 June 2015 - 08:23 PM

The problem is my awesome responses keep killing threads. Either that, or I'm just so boring that people give up on reading all the way down to the reply window.


In Topic: ANSGear sends me defective items, tells me it isn't their fault and they won't be fixing it.

31 May 2015 - 06:16 AM

The plot thickens...

 

http://www.reddit.co...it_isnt/crpnt9b

 

 

 

Woah, this is crazy. ANS Gear sent me that exact same regulator (Bob Long 360 Reg - Dust Silver). I RMA'd it and they sent me a new one. IMO, ANS Gear was actually quite helpful at getting it sorted out, but it is strange that they would sell you the exact same faulty regulator (the 360 reg will not even air up the gun without the adjustment screw), even after I RMA'd it.
EDIT (the plot thickens): I just read more of your correspondence with ANS Gear. It's nuts that their "investigation" concluded that the package was never opened. Clearly, I opened the package - and it was in the exact same condition you found it in. I wonder why ANS Gear cannot simply do for you what they did for me – namely, accept the RMA and send out a new regulator? I wonder whether they just want to get rid of that regulator instead of dealing with it / taking the loss (?)