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Member Since 04 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Aug 18 2009 01:03 PM

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In Topic: [SOLD]Immaculate Upgraded Bob Long Vice

01 August 2009 - 12:52 PM

Free up for my boys gun! I've shot this gun multiple times, trust me you won't be disappointed it shoots amazing and has magical face mowing powers! Not to mention it looks soo sexy! Buy his stuff!!!!!

In Topic: Vice, Prophecy, Invert Tank 56/4500, Dye I3 Pro

30 July 2009 - 06:52 PM

Free up for this stuff! I have used every one of these items in person, and they are amazing! The gun is so sexy, the hopper has never had any problems, and that tank is SOOO light! FREE BOLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

In Topic: GEO Vs. DM9

19 July 2009 - 08:30 PM

geo will be more reliable, less dynamic o rings, and you have PE's stellar customer support to back you up. My vote goes to geo

In Topic: Red's Extreme Paintball Supply

03 May 2009 - 03:01 PM

Red's is without a doubt the best paintball store in the Birmingham area, perhaps in the state. They have an awesome selection, fair prices, and the guys that work their are very knowledgable and love to help out their fellow player. Reds is located on Highway 31 in Alabaster, Alabama. check out their website: http://www.redsxtremepaintball.com

Do they sell guns there? and do they let you like hold the guns and stuff?

yes they do they have a wall lined with guns for display and the guys that work there (Reese and Michael) will let you hold any gun you want, try on any mask or any clothing

In Topic: JT Proflex vs V-Force Grillz

19 April 2009 - 04:02 PM

Proflex FTW. I own a proflex, it will give you great mouth protection, won't build up condensation around the mouth as you have a significant amount of space between your mouth and the mask. Also it was said above that grillz fog in the morning, that's because grillz don't have thermal lenses they have single pane with thermal treatment sprayed on. This past weekend it was foggy at my field, two of my friend's grillz were foggin up, my proflex didn't (nor has it ever fogged up on me, ever). Yes you can take out the foam on the grill to wash it, but guess what? You can actually toss your entire proflex in the wash, just remove the lenses (I do this, and have for two years now, never a problem, just wash on cold water).

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Hope this helped :P