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Member Since 01 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Jun 24 2015 06:38 PM

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In Topic: High End Loader Help!

24 June 2015 - 06:38 PM

i was a fan of the rotor up until the time it started jamming more often than Bob Marley, so i am a "born again" spire fan.. i dont own one because they are expensive and hard to find used (maybe because they are so good, nobody wants to get rid of them) so for now i use my old xsv vlocity as my main loader, so far, its better for me than my old rotor 

In Topic: Flattening Grips

24 June 2015 - 06:33 PM

First of all, happy father's day gentlemen!

Is there a way to flatten worn out grips that bulge outward as if the battery was retrofitted? I've tried bending them and they continue to go back to the ugly shape. This is like the equivalent to when my mask straps start to bacon up and it annoys me.

"bacon up"  :D  :D  :D

anyway.. i really need to get some new grips for my new old etek 3

In Topic: Spyder Fenix-Speedball

17 June 2015 - 12:34 PM

you already have it or are planning to buy ine for this porpouse?

if you already have it, yes, it will work.. a gun does not make the player.. 

if you are planning to get one for speedball, as commented before me, there are far better options

In Topic: GOG extcy questions!

17 June 2015 - 12:31 PM

You guys are terrible help.
1. Don't get the TechT bolt, not worth it. If you really want it it's the Ion XE / Vibe bolt.
2. Leave it on, it helps.
3. YES, absolutely. For 25$ you can bump up the efficiency on your ion by lowering the dwell a ton with the qev. If you're tech savvy you can find an Autococker or planet eclipse qev for less but it's not as convenient for maintenance with it and sometimes it'll be a pain to fit
4. The stock barrel is fine, if not CP one piece. 685 is the best you'll get without going overboard with money.


In Topic: Spyder fenix feedneck

08 June 2015 - 10:53 PM

Both are Ion feedneck threaded, so yes, the VS would work. I however would recommend the Warrior lever lock feedneck. They're cheap, durable and readily available from ansgear.com. Unless, of course, you already have the VS neck. http://www.ansgear.c...arionfndblk.htm

really?? are spyder feednecks ion threaded?? honest question here.. just wondering, sorry for the necro post