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Old 11-06-2012, 06:01 PM
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the rotor loader was on my list to buy and i had the i4 mask before and loved it. the paintball shop around here closed up out of business nothing around here but fields
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That's no good. You should still be in good shape then. In the Chicagoland area we really only have about 3-4 good fields the rest are ok. Good luck in your search and if you need anything else hit us up with any questions.


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I'm in west grove pa
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In my humble opinion Airsoft is superior than paintball.
More realistic, less messy and cheaper. Plus more current and ex military prefers playing it cause they can actually use real combat techniques. It's awesome playing with them but not against them...LOL

If you have mind set on paintball then i'd say check out what these guys telling you.
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anyone know the differences between the G6R models? looks all the same except the body milling design and the flame series has an extra barrel back?
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anyone know the differences between the G6R models? looks all the same except the body milling design and the flame series has an extra barrel back?
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2012 Regular G6r: Really the only difference is the board/ display. The new ones come with an OLED board/ display. So now you can see what mode itís in, what youíre shooting, and it really just makes it simpler to use. That is, if you donít like the older style light display. Also it has a new cam drive ASA. On/Off is at the bottom of the ASA instead of the front part of the ASA. Lastly, it comes with the same one piece barrel.

Now the flame series: Only differences are the flames on the marker and the 2- piece barrel. Honestly for $1200 donít think itís worth the price. Really the only true upgrade will be the barrels, but for the $200 extra you can go out and get your own barrel kit or even get new barrels for under 200. I know you donít buy used but I do have a G6r that I would sell. It has less than 4 cases or 8,000 shots.
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2012 Regular G6r: Really the only difference is the board/ display. The new ones come with an OLED board/ display. So now you can see what mode itís in, what youíre shooting, and it really just makes it simpler to use. That is, if you donít like the older style light display. Also it has a new cam drive ASA. On/Off is at the bottom of the ASA instead of the front part of the ASA. Lastly, it comes with the same one piece barrel.

Now the flame series: Only differences are the flames on the marker and the 2- piece barrel. Honestly for $1200 donít think itís worth the price. Really the only true upgrade will be the barrels, but for the $200 extra you can go out and get your own barrel kit or even get new barrels for under 200. I know you donít buy used but I do have a G6r that I would sell. It has less than 4 cases or 8,000 shots.
what exactly do you have and why do you want to sell?
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what exactly do you have and why do you want to sell?
I have everything you need. lol. I have everything from tools, protective gear, pods, belts, tanks, markers, hoppers and anything you need to play. I really don't play anymore. In the last 3-4 years I've gone 2 times. Just want to sell them because I don't use them.


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specifically i meant the gun... color year options?
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