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gooferman609

Member Since 14 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 10 2012 08:09 PM
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In Topic: Rev-I

27 November 2012 - 04:40 PM

I've got one, and I like it a lot. It's not going to shoot like a "traditional" balanced spool valve gun, but it's still fun to shoot. I should mention though that if you buy a REV-i new, it won't come with a gauge backcap, but a regular solid backcap.


I have an NT11 and i love it i know that's an unbalanced spool valve gun, i just was wondering why haven't i seen more of them, granted i just discovered them but i was out of paintball when they first came out and to be honest i havent heard anything good about DP guns. i can't even find on on ebay unless its new. thanks though i will look into them more.

In Topic: Indoor fields?

22 November 2012 - 04:06 PM

Thanks I will look into that, I was upset hearing that warzone was going down, it seemed to be a nice indoor field and I wanted to play ball over the winter. Got new guns and gear and have only gotten 2 games with them and I am impatient lol.

In Topic: Dm vs. Nt

21 November 2012 - 12:44 AM

i love my NT11 she gets a little temperamental when its cooler outside but just add spacers or different bolt insert. It is a good concept having all the custom-ability of how it shoots but kinda gets in the way of paintballing its almost to much if you get one i say get it working then never change the bolt insert or spacers. If you do though its not going to be hard to get it back to normal.

In Topic: Ohio fields

20 November 2012 - 01:42 PM

Splatterpark is a much larger facility, cheaper paint, more fields. The field variety is better, not to mention the larger crowd, and I believe they have a small on site pro shop.


Cheaper paint, if you mean cheaper quality then yes, but they sell the exact same paint in the store in Columbus for $35 where as if you are not a member and you want to buy a case of that paint it is $27 for 500 so that equals out to 108 a case! I played there last weekend and had a peanut shaped paintball jam my Rotor on the field. If you want woodsball i guess its an ok place, but not for speedball. They have said for years they where going to get a new field but haven't and the field layout hasn't changed in i dunno 5 years. So when it gets wet there is some nasty mud that forms by the bunkers, i have washed my pants 3 times and still dirty. They fill your tanks super fast so once they cool down they only have a good 3800 to 4000 psi. I have only been there once when a ref was on the speedball course, meaning some kids where using ramping, wiping and just giving paintball a bad name. This is my teams last resort as a place to play and there is a definite reason why.

In Topic: 2002 Impulse

20 November 2012 - 01:33 PM

i just bought a strange vision impulse off Ebay when it comes in and i shoot it a bit i will tell you. I personally have always wanted one when i first started paintball the where the bees knees, now i have some extra money i finally found one and am super excited to get it in my hands. I mean i have a 2012 G6R and a NT11 this will be my teach the young kids a thousand dollar gun doesn't mean skill.