Type: Posts; User: calgar
not in my experience.
zat iz vy zer are zee detentz.
good choice, i use mine rather a lot!
for what it's worth, i haven't had any issues with my rotor the handful of times i've used it on a CCM. that's what detents are for, after all.
sweet! have always loved those guns. feel kind of weird anytime i don't own one (like right now), but i'm tapering back... and at least will always have an AKA 'cocker on hand.
Hyarr and welcome!
Ahoy and welcome!
Welcome back! I'm doing the weight loss thing right now, too. Down from 275 to 245 in about 3 months so far. It's a shock to your system at first, but once you get past the first couple weeks, new...
I highly recommend TJD:
He does very good work.
Aha, I guess as long as you have subscribed threads (or a link), you can still see his forum. It just doesn't appear on the list anymore.
I don't know where Carter 'archived' the SSC forum to - I don't see it at my permission level. But yes, Stanchy has been...
Ye olde washing machine?
Hola Senor Fish! Ahoy and welcome and such. Your name is familiar - same on MCB, I assume? I'm Riddler on most forums, including there.
And I echo your sentiments regarding fun-first hobby...
Submerge in water for a couple hours?
Just a thought. I have no experience with pb markers and paint.
Just to play devil's advocate, kids with runaway RT Tippmanns cause way more issues in rec play at my local field than those with electros.
Heh! I'm about to hand that one off to a machinist friend to mill out the inside of the frame for a modern board. The ancient (hopper-powered) KM2 Gladiator board still works fine, but the power...
No additional reg needed; it will shoot just fine on a standard 750-800 psi preset HPA tank.
You're on point - it's a tremendous bang for your buck for a composed, complete pump marker, and definitely isn't a bad choice.
Other than the Phantom you mentioned (which is a fine marker...
Off topic (mostly): if you'd like to start a separate thread to discuss various mechanical markers, I'd be happy to participate. I own my fair share of them. 15 or 16, iirc.
I have no side here. Simply provided earlier examples of FA markers and mentioned that some (many?) fields don't allow them, so research should be done before buying. Lack of demand certainly...
Shrug - none of the four or five near me do. Certainly something one should investigate before deciding that they need a mechanical FA marker.
Other than the Milsig, I don't think so. Don't know why anyone would want FA. My local fields wouldn't allow such a thing.
Oh, and the Mod 85 was also '87, but since it uses gunpowder (well, at least primers) you may not want to count it.