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Thread: Running a Warp for LL7 - good idea or not??

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    Running a Warp for LL7 - good idea or not??

    I've been playing with sissy guns for the last few months and I forgot how damn heavy my warped Xmag is that I was planning on using for LL7. Looking at the field and such, im wondering if it is a good idea or not to use the warp. Anyone else play LL with one ??

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    I played with one, one year. It was fine. BUT....the days are long, and you will be tired.

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    I vote good idea

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    I vote - no. That'll weigh you down.

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    I used one last year for the Dinner / Final Battles (where you have loads of folks shooting over the top of bunkers, the hill, etc) so, having a low profile makes lots of sense. Aside from that, the weight will be brutal as there will be a lot of walking between insertions and, the heat/humidity will be high this year.

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    if nothing else bring it with you. i have been toying with getting a warp to put on a classic rt for s@#ts and giggles and would like to look at the mounting setup and check the weight and balance.

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    ill be using a warp on my minimag but i also use a remote line

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    Its only four ounces more then a twelve ounce curl. If that's an issue for you then you need to do some training. Oh wait, I thought you were.

    It will be like West Point only no BIG hills. Also if weight is an issue you might want to only take out a pod of paint. How much paint did you carry out at the Point?

    Do I need to post The TK warp lesson vid AGAIN? You really want that blimp up there? You will really want the MTA factor here.

    Played Shatner Ball at CPX with my Warped X.

    Playing LLs with Warped X or E, revy, 1000 rounds and the air to shoot it.

    One Thousand rounds is about seven pounds. Does four ounces matter to you?

    Just bring it with putz. If you don't start with it you will switch to it.

    Oh ya don't forget the M90 for Tk to use.

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    It's 15 oz.. I weighed it That's almost a pound for those who never got past first grade. At West Point I shot my Ego 11. Much lighter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    At West Point I shot my Ego 11. Much lighter.
    Blasphemy right there. Just Blasphemy

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdeath1k View Post
    Blasphemy right there. Just Blasphemy

    Im an admitted paintball gun whore. Go look at my thread in the armory

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    funny, my Axe didn't weigh that much at West Point either...

    but, a warp doesn't weigh that much, its all the extra paint that mounts up the weight. so i would weigh the gun with the warp and hopper, and then weight it loaded with paint and see were you are. the extra 100+ balls will ramp up, surely.

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    I've played quite a few SuperGames with a warped 'Mag and a warped E-Mag.

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    don't carry anything unnecessary.

    the team that wins, wins because more people are on the field for for longer. look around in the pits during the game. whomever has more folks in the pits, is probably loosing.
    loose cars and fast women

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    Quote Originally Posted by cockerpunk View Post
    the team that wins, wins because more people are on the field for for longer. look around in the pits during the game. whomever has more folks in the pits, is probably loosing.
    Dat da truff!

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    Well, for lesser men, running a warp might slow them down.

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