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Old April 19th, 2009, 23:40   #16
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man those things probably sound beastly to, being propelled by gas and all.

now time to get destroyed. having a hose running from a gun, and the gun using said gas to propel a spherical object at a pre-determined velocity, sounds a awful lot like another sport.
Seriously? People complaining about this is such a stupid excuse.

How many of you have slings and lanyards attached to your guns anyways?

How many of you have hydration packs with a tube draped across your vest?

Run the line along your sling, throw the tank into your hydration pack bag.

External tank is pretty much the only way to get hard, reliable blowback.
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man those things probably sound beastly to, being propelled by gas and all.

now time to get destroyed. having a hose running from a gun, and the gun using said gas to propel a spherical object at a pre-determined velocity, sounds a awful lot like another sport.
You do realize that's how airsoft started?

Right?

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Old April 20th, 2009, 10:48   #18
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Seriously? People complaining about this is such a stupid excuse.
dude calm down, i was just saying thats its alot like a co2 or hpa line from paintball. no need to terr me a new one. i started as a paintballer, with rattling pods big dirty hose, heavy vest and paint splatters, i know the score
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Old April 20th, 2009, 15:48   #19
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dude calm down, i was just saying thats its alot like a co2 or hpa line from paintball. no need to terr me a new one. i started as a paintballer, with rattling pods big dirty hose, heavy vest and paint splatters, i know the score
... I'm not "tearing you a new one" in the least bit... I'm simply stating that the general opinion of airsofters seem to think "LINE INTO GUN = PAINTBALL, PAINTBULL SUXX0RZ!!"

It's a lame excuse on everyone's part.
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i think alot of airsofters started out playing paintball hell i did. and yeah complaining about a little macro line is a bad thing to do considering how much gear you already carry. i was just pointing it out from the average "paintball sucks airsoft rules" mentality.
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