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GhostShadow

Member Since 23 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 15 2010 05:05 PM
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In Topic: University Of Florida

29 August 2010 - 09:28 AM

First meeting is 9/8/10 8pm Reitz Union Room 347.

In Topic: Whats the point of two piece barrels?

22 May 2010 - 06:31 PM

If you happen to take a core sample, you could always take off the front and keep on playing ;)

In Topic: Pump?

09 May 2010 - 12:13 PM


i starting to doubt getting a pump. My dad saying it not a good investment and he starting to convince me. Can any convince me why i should get one?



Well, you will acually SAVE money in the long run, your not using nearly as much paint as you would with a semi-auto gun.

You will also become a better player, as it will force you to aim, insteam of just shoot towards your target.


^Not necessarily. Autotrigger can use up just as much paint as any semi-auto. And you're forced to aim because you have limited paint.

To the OP: If you already have all the equipment you need, just buy a pocket hopper ($5, holds 50 balls) and play hopper ball. It will limit the paint you shoot which will IMMEDIATELY save you money.

In Topic: Should i Start Pump if I Have Only Played With a 98 Custom?

09 May 2010 - 12:04 PM

I Have Never Used an Electronic Marker, and im Just Afraid i Wont Get the feel of "modern paintball". The reason i want to get a pump is mainly for the money, cause i barley have any money and my family isnt doing to good in terms of money. Im Not Sure What to Do. I Could Easily Pick Up An 08 PMR for 220$, but i really want to have the pump experience. Basically what im trying to say is, i get one gun, and that's it. What Should i do!


To go against the grain, I feel that pump is more about the mindset than the actual gun. Go with any gun that you feel comfortable with (and that's within your budget) and just play with limited paint. Take time to aim your shots and only shoot when you can score a hit. Its pump paintball without having to spend money on a pump gun.

In Topic: SFT shocker

20 February 2010 - 11:10 PM

SFT is the older version of the shocker. I think they go between $200-$300. If its private label then its on the higher end.