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Orange Chicken

Member Since 21 Nov 2012
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In Topic: Is this a good starter gun?

19 August 2014 - 03:40 PM

I agree with the above, the gog enmey is probably the best option. The maintainence is super easy, trust me on that one. 3 simple parts that fit together easier than legos, and lubing it is omly a matter of putting a dot of grease on your finger and spinning the o ring with your greased up finger until the oring in the seal looks white-oring-white. It's a super smooth, super quiet, super light marker that also comes with a regulator, improving shot to shot consistency. The trigger pull requires around 1 pound of pressure to pull, vs the tippmanns which is 5-6 pounds of pressure. You can get a good 8bps with a good trigger finger, and can do so without worrying about chopping. The eNMEy runs on such a low operating pressure that the bolt will stop before choppichopping the ball, unlike with Tippmanns.

In Topic: Marker for friend

19 August 2014 - 03:35 PM

Sp1, g1, or an enmey

In Topic: How do you snapshoot in Rec ball

11 August 2014 - 05:12 PM

For me when I was learning, I just kept in the mentality of shooting out the left side=using left hand and right side=right hand. I dont agree with using JUST your left hand for a bunch of games, I preferred to learn how to use both in their intended uses (there are exceptions of course), so that I already have experience using them then.


In Topic: Best barrel kit

11 August 2014 - 05:09 PM

Same as above with Playdoh, but with the Disruptive Deathtouch barrels. Still just in case you wanted to know, you're likely not to get any performance increase by getting a barrel kit.


In Topic: High end markers

11 August 2014 - 05:08 PM

The Impulse has also dropped to the 500-600 dollar price point, and preforms rather well, despite its unpopularity