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Lt. Blood

Member Since 17 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Mar 27 2014 07:45 PM
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In Topic: speedball position

19 March 2014 - 05:45 PM

You want to play tall pins usually located back right or left; you can use your height to pop out at various diff heights each side making you a hard target to read and allowing you several blind spots the shorter players can't shoot.


In Topic: Shooting with your opposite hand

15 February 2014 - 06:20 PM

Play a whole day only using your off hand; you'll get used to it in 1-2 days of 4 hours in game play +.


In Topic: Best Speed Feed for a Dye Rotor

04 February 2014 - 04:50 PM

hk army; by far the best speed feed I've ever used. Around 1 year of use on mine and I'd say about 10 balls have fallen out of the crown even while refilling air and holding the marker upside down while the hopper is loaded. Only issue I'd say is the 5 ball capacity lower you get for the speedfeed but it should be of no issue.


In Topic: Rate my setup?

26 January 2014 - 09:03 PM

Barrels don't make a noticable difference so save the money and upgrade equipment; a stock 98 custom barrel will be as accurate as any other (physics can't change). Mask should be your priority and possibly if you find a good price getting a 45 4500 or 68 4500 tank instead of 3000. Or a good harness like nxe with the 40 dollars you save.


In Topic: Wanna play for cheap? No Seriously cheap, as in $10 per day or less?

23 January 2014 - 10:20 PM

 

 

Two, Using a fire arm; your paintball marker; in an undesignated zone with no field license is against the law and you can be arrested for that and have to serve hard time.

 

This is really the only one I feel the need to address. This is in Ohio, and the general rule of thumb is that you're not allowed to discharge firearms within city limits. I can tell you for a fact that he is shooting outside of city limits, paintball markers are not considered firearms, and it is private property owned by him. Also, I doubt the local police cares about paintball guns. He is totally allowed to do what he does, and I'm certain he knows that.

 

Paintball markers have been declared fire arms by several agency's including homeland security, the TSA and a few others. There is a reason you have to legally declare bringing a paintball marker when flying. Most people do not though so whether you know it or not the TSA has to check your baggage possibly break your locks to make sure the marker is unpressurized and not an actual gun that is unregistered.