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Blind Eye

Member Since 25 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active May 03 2013 08:43 PM
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In Topic: Custom paint job

01 May 2013 - 10:14 AM

I just did my gun in duracoat and couldn't be happier

In Topic: Non-milsim magfed markers?

29 April 2013 - 08:05 PM


Yes, also the T15 looks so fucking cool.

*TM15, but anyways it looks really cool, and it looks exactly like an ACR in Call of Duty MW2.

He did't mean "TM-15" he really did mean "T15". Though I do think it's dumb of Tiberius to name it something so similar, go figure.

Here's the TM-15:

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In Topic: Non-milsim magfed markers?

28 April 2013 - 11:59 PM

I still don't see why you would want to use mags unless you're wanting to "simulate" using a real firearm. Real firearms have some weight to them, they have some bulk to them, so why not just go with it and replicate that experience.

I mean as preciously stated, you certainly have options to make a magfed designed gun look more like a traditional PB gun. If that's what you want I say knock yourself out. Whatever makes the experience more enjoyable.

In Topic: Non-milsim magfed markers?

28 April 2013 - 03:08 PM

If you're having to shave weight off something that weighs less than 6 lbs that's distributed between both arms you need to focus on hitting the gym and less on PB. I mean seriously if this is an issue and you're not disabled, or under 13 years old then thats just sad.

In Topic: Non-milsim magfed markers?

28 April 2013 - 11:28 AM

I know everyone has ther own preference but I must admit, I don't understand why it would matter if it has a milsim look.

Isn't that the whole point of going magfed?
So you can have a simulation type of marker that mimics a real gun.

The only reason I can think of is if you are exclusively wanting to use fin stabilized rounds like first strike and you don't care about the extras of having a shroud and all that stuff.

I also would agree that a milsig MK3 without the front shround would be a good option, it just looks like a Custom 98.