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    Vintage gun guidelines

    ******************** Vintage Gun Day guidelines ********************

    These will be the basic guidelines for acceptable markers that can be used for vintage gun day. They are not set in stone, as we are trying to be as inclusive for everyone as possible. However, all rigs must follow the 'spirit of the day'....
    -Any mechanical marker
    -Any Electro pre-04. Preferably with NO eyes.
    -Any pump
    -Any marker running off of 12g co2 as a power source.
    -Absolutely NO RAMPING! Any electro marker that can be should be capped at SEMI only and at 12 bps
    -Electros with eyes should be restricted to non force feed loaders such as 12v Revies.

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    Ian asked me the requirements for this. He wanted to know what guns to bring. I told him the general requirements and he said "oh, so basically everything I have.", yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody View Post
    Ian asked me the requirements for this. He wanted to know what guns to bring. I told him the general requirements and he said "oh, so basically everything I have.", yeah.

    We are all getting old when ever marker we use is considered classic. And older than a lot of the players. Lol.

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    Not very many choices left for a decent (high end) mechanical marker....
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdeath1k View Post
    We are all getting old when ever marker we use is considered classic. And older than a lot of the players. Lol.
    Ian is the BEO's token brass & pump guy, and doesn't have anything from this century, except for his retro valve. So its an in joke if you know him.

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    the newest design I own is an e mag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintage View Post
    the newest design I own is an e mag.
    Well at least you are saving money
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    depends on how you look at it. since I got back into paintball in Aug of 13 I have purchased 7 rt classics, 1 e mag and 3 micro mags along with tons of extras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintage View Post
    the newest design I own is an e mag.
    well if you want to get technical

    every maker you own is a "vintage gun" lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by vintage View Post
    depends on how you look at it. since I got back into paintball in Aug of 13 I have purchased 7 rt classics, 1 e mag and 3 micro mags along with tons of extras.
    You got the virus bad !
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    that doesn't count the 5 classic mags(and parts for ? many more), Sl 68-II i've since the beginning, sheridan pg, mint in the box F2 and a couple of splatmasters.

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    So using my viking in psp mode with a rotor cleverly disguised with revy shells taped to it would not be in the spirit of vintage gun day.
    What if i used a hidden hpa drop line but taped a 12 gram co2 cartridge to the asa to make it look legit.eh
    Maybe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie View Post
    So using my viking in psp mode with a rotor cleverly disguised with revy shells taped to it would not be in the spirit of vintage gun day.
    What if i used a hidden hpa drop line but taped a 12 gram co2 cartridge to the asa to make it look legit.eh
    Maybe

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    Only if you bring peanut M&Ms for me
    Remember kids, the ranger says "dont feed the animals" .


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    Hell, put that viking on a 12 gram and you can use whatever you want in my book.

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