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Uber-tactical paintballers.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by natedog, Jul 11, 2003.

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  1. natedog

    natedog Member

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    Very cool. The gun is a Tippmann A-5, with an electronic gip frame, MP-5 magazine (for looks), Flatline barrel, startec flashlight, generic laser, and a millet red dot sight, in addition to a modified airsof MP-5 stock. the vest is a blackhawk, and they can use the mag pouches to hold 3 150 rd. tubes of paint. the tank is on a web belt. they are also wearing nomex flight suits. very nice.
     

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  2. Kharn

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    If they're gonna go to all that trouble, why not just play Airsoft? :scrutiny:

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  3. Don Gwinn

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    Tactical overload.
     
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    It would be hard for me to spend enough money on a paintball gun that I could have gotten two or three news guns for, a really nice gun, or several surplus guns. That is still cool though.
     
  6. pax

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    Paintball markers may be uber-cool and tactical looking, but they are not guns ... which means this thread is not gun-related.

    Sorry, folks.

    pax

    He who trims himself to suit everyone will soon whittle himself away. -- Raymond Hull
     
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