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  1. Yea, I've posted on a few other sites, just trying to expand my options.
  2. Mobsters is s huge game. People pay more money for worse accounts. These prices are pretty much on par, because these accounts are some of the top in the game.
  3. Some of you might have played the huge Myspace App, Mobsters. I have played for close to 2 years now, and have finally decided that it's time to move on. I have multiple accounts for sale, and would like to sell them, or possibly trade for different guns. Pm me, or post here if you have something to trade. First account is a 30B Level 48 with 75K wins, and 3T+ cash on hand. Very nice stats, one of the best level 48s in the game. Worth about $400+, but I'm willing to negotiate. Secondly, is a 21B level 142 with 1.5T+ cash on it. Great stats, good defense, 10K energy. Worth about $200, but I can negotiate. Third, is a brand new level 200 with a 96B bounty, 3.7T+ cash on hand, 455 attack, and 60%+ increase in attack. Working on the stats, but it's very nice account. This account, which is in the top 1000 in income in the game, is worth at least $450, but we can talk. Lastly, I have multiple low levels with decent bounties, and multiple level 400s with 10-20B bounties. Ask on a specific level, or bounty, and I'll see what I have. Also, if you are interested in a custom account, let me know. I can build pretty much anything. Deals availible if you buy more then 1. Disclaimer: the money paid is for services on the account. The actual accounts are free.
  4. I thought I read that somewhere. Mines just a normal compressor, for like mechanics and other stuff. But I still like the idea of HPA. Where would I go to find the parts to make an HPA rig?
  5. Well, I do like the idea of HPA more, because I should be able to fill the tank with my air compressor. But death, do you have any idea what parts I would need for a normal HPA rig?
  6. So I'm planning on building my own ghillie suit, and thought I had it all set out. I was going to build a full ghille suit, until I read how difficult it was to low crawl with a full suit on. So after watching a video with a few different types of ghillie suits on it, I thought about making a different kind of ghillie. Instead of a full suit, or just a poncho type, why not combine them? I was thinking about using a ghillie that covers about half my chest, and on the back, covers all the way down to my feet. I want to wear normal BDUs and make the entire thing out of netting. That way, it would slip over me, and would be much easier to remove. Any ideas if this would work? I also need some ideas for supplies too. I want to find a woodland camo flight suit to go under the ghillie, so I'm looking right now. Anything else I should consider?
  7. Lol, the possibilities of those few parts (drain :censored2: to release pressure LOL). ANYWAYS, I have a CO2 BB gun pistol, and have noticed it does perform well in the cold, but is it the same principle with a rifle? Will it get the same ranges and perform the same as an HPA rig? The only thing is the buying of the CO2. It seems to me that I wouldn't get as many shots with CO2 as with HPA. I like the idea of one tank that I could carry in my ruck sack and just switch mags, instead of carrying multiple tanks. But, performance is my main concern. Thanks to everyone for their feedback. Eventually, I'll be able to post pics of my rifle... And I look forward to that day.
  8. I was actually thinking about that, but I think it'll be worth it. I love the thumbhole stocks, and I'm looking forward to buying it. Is there any advantages of running CO2 instead of HPA? Another question though. What do I need for the HPA rig? Any recommendations on brands for regulators, lines, and other parts I will need? I want to get a good tank and regulator. I do think I want to run HPA, but any input you guys have is appreciated.
  9. Thank you brainplay, as from what I understand, your the expert of gas and HPA rifles around ASF. Now the field I want to play at has a limit of about 550 FPS for bolt action rifles, so ca nyou explain the whole regulator thing to me? Reading your HPA installation guide, it said that the regulator keeps the FPS between safe limit? And is the regulator separate from an actual tank? If so, what size and what brand tank would be good? I'm hoping to be able to keep the HPA bottle in my pocket, or on the ground next to me as I stalk. And how many shots would I get out of a bottle that size?
  10. So with all these upgrades, what results could I expect? I know the HPA rig offers adjustable FPS, but how does it perform distance wise? Is accuracy on par with a heavily upgraded VSR? Thanks again death, your insight is appreciated.
  11. So with a Tanaka M700 AICS, and all of these upgrades, there wouldn't be anything more that would assist in performance or consistency? If I'm going to get a rifle, I want it to be as good as it gets.
  12. Edit: sorry, IPod posted same post twice. Double posting
  13. Now that you say this, I am leaning more towards HPA then spring rifle. I like the realism of the bolt pull. Not to sound too noobish, but what are the 2roy conversion kits? They help with the hop up somehow? And the Tanaka M700's are nice, but are there any Tanaka L96 variants that would work as well as the M700 Police Model? Or maybe even an M40 variant that is as effective with an HPA rig? I like the more modern, less "hunting" looking rifles such as the Police version, or even the VSR. That's why I like the L96 and the M40A3's. Thanks again death.
  14. Yes, something like that. I figured the mods would be quite difficult, but 50 hours with all the correct tools. I don't have a dremel, or tools like that, so it would probably be much harder for me.
  15. So after making my list of everything I need for my heavily upgraded VSR-10, and realizing it's going to total up around $900 not including shipping, I'm starting to wonder. Would a Tanaka be a better choice for a Starter sniper rifle? Now I live in Central NY, where it can be 40F one day, and the next, you have 2 foot of snow, so I would be fitting it with an HPA rig. The temperatures around here would be awful with regular gas, so HPA is definitely the best choice. I've googled this quite a few times, and looked on a few forums, but no one seems to have a definitive answer. Would a heavily upgraded VSR with a 170SP, M trig, etc, perform on par with a Tanaka (or any other gun outfitted with HPA)? And if the HPA rig set up would be better, which platform would be the best to rig HPA into? I want a rifle that will last me a long time, will perform well, and will be nice to look at. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
  16. Any idea on how hard the mods would be and how long they would take? I might be able to do some mods, but not much that would require a ton of heavy fabricating or heavy mods.
  17. Well, the vacuum piston is made to eliminate negative space, and create a better flow, or from what I understand from reading other forums. I'm not sure on the other ones. As far as your third question goes, depending on your spring, I think most of your parts would be okay. The bolt pull might be a little harder because of the stock cylinder. The sears will help. The Pdi tight bore is one of the priciest, so maybe an EdGI barrel would be better. For 550Fps, a PDI 200% spring should be good. Laylax 150 and 170 springs are right around that mark too, if they are cheaper and fit your budget better. The spring guides are 7mm, so make sure you get the right size spring. And the TM VSR has one of the best hop ups availble, so you don't need a new bucking. Any more help, just ask away. And if any experienced members see anything I said above that was inaccurate, please go ahead and tell me. Edit: so... Turns out I had the bucking and the hop up chamber confused, so the new bucking is a good idea. I thought other people meant that the TM bucking and hop up was one of the best availible. Now I understand that they just meant the hop up arm was very good, not the bucking.
  18. Yea, didn't think so. Kind of a leap of faith. I'm a sucker for the RHF rifles :P.
  19. Alright fellow snipers, I am working towards the money for my rifle at the moment. But I have another dilemma. I want to have a different rifle than everyone else with a VSR. I want it to look different. I like the Fortress M40A3 stocks, but $369.99 is a big price tag for something that is known for being awefully unreliable, and breaking easily. I also like the thumb hole with the L96, but I have yet to find one that isn't custom made, or doesn't require heavy modification to fit the VSR internals. Now heavy modification is kind of out of thd question for me, but I do want a new stock on my rifle. I saw this Tactical SOPMOD ( http://www.wgcshop.com/wgc2008/main/produc...catid=&cat= ) stock at Wgcshop (RHF rifles :P) but I'm not sure if it will fit the VSR. I know it says its for the M4, but us snipers are stubborn like that. Any ideas on where to go for a nice stock? Thanks in advance.
  20. Kemp

    New Sniper Help

    Would I need a teflon cylinder, or would a ball bearing spring guide help at all? Or a spring guide stopper? Or a cylinder head damper? And if I had the money, would a noobies TDC kit be worth the extra money? Sorry for all the excess questions, I just want to make sure everything is thorough.
  21. Kemp

    New Sniper Help

    Thank you Viper. Any other ideas? Any other part ideas? Any idea how much all of this would total?
  22. Kemp

    New Sniper Help

    Thanks for the correction on the springs, I was looking at some ballistics forums, and I realized how much stronger a 600 FPS spring is then I thought. So a Laylax 150 puts out about 500 to 550?.
  23. Kemp

    New Sniper Help

    Okay, so back to the topic. Upgrades? My list so far is the TM VSR-10 pro black version. Upgrades so far... PDI TBB 6.01 or 6.03 (suggestions? I know the 6.01 would require good quality bb's), Laylax 170/190 spring, or EdGI SP01 spring (rated for about 600 fps, noobie says), and an M trig. Any ideas for sears, a cylinder, spring guides that would fit, or a piston? I think this list is pretty complete, but I might have some extra things. Any more input would be greatly appreciated.
  24. Kemp

    New Sniper Help

    So I've decided to get the VSR-10 Pro, but thats about all I've decided so far. It's winter, so I figure this is the best time to get some upgrades. I've read some guides that say PDI has the best TBBs. I would like to get a Laylax SP 170, 190, or an EdGI SP01 spring. I need to know what spring guide works with the parts I'm going to order. If I had a pretty decent budget ( $600 or so) what parts would give me te best results? The whole sears, cylinder, trigger mech thing confuses me.
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