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Member Since 01 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Jan 27 2015 09:05 AM

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

26 January 2015 - 08:34 PM

As a on, then off, then on again player for the last 10 years, give or take, im in the awkward place that im not as experienced in airball (wich is a growing trend down here) as some younger rich kids are, so its hard to play with them without wasting my monthly half case of paint after 2/3 games, and also its hard for me to even play mech with renters or less experienced groups that are not that willing to let me play with them just because a play with my full paintball gear that looks scary to untrained eyes.. And it is nothing fancy at all :( so every time that i go to the field, my odds of having a good time are very low as i go by myself and once maybe twice a month, tops

In Topic: air systems

23 January 2015 - 01:25 PM

Ok, before this becomes like one of those "rotor vs spire" threads.. Thank you all for the insights.. I went with guerrilla because i like the smaller and shorter setup they have for a 68/45 it is just as short and light as my 48/3k crossfire tank was so the only difference i noticed now is width and volume of air. Plus, the dealer gave me tank cover for free, wich is nice


22 January 2015 - 05:43 PM

The AFPL has that Red Zone format in their southern california tournament series, they will also hold an international tournament in my hone town of Cancun, Mexico the last weekend of february. You guys should check out their youtube channel

In Topic: Axe steel box

20 January 2015 - 07:11 PM

Looks nice and well built, about how much you should charge for it? its up to you, how much was the material worth, what it took in terms of energy to build it, how many hours did it take you to build it and how much do you value your time.. and of course, you dont want to just get even with the price, you have to make a little profit at least, so, as you can see, IMO, the price will be what ever you want to ask for it. Great work :) 

In Topic: paintball loader

19 January 2015 - 02:54 PM

While we are on this subject, i currently own a rotor and a xsv vlocity, but im wondering what would be another option for the lightest yet reliable motorized hopper? My rotor is very heavy and barely holds a tad more than a pod, and my vlocity is very light imo, but noisy :/ spire would be a good choice? Fasta? Even SSL 200? Pinokios are out of the questions because they arent available in mexico. Mentioned the fasta and the SSL because im planining to use it in my enmey :)