Some pictures of this last event.

I like the pictures with the background is black and white and the item/person is in color.. So I do them.

Some of my Buddy's Eric

Here's the only one I've done of myself so far.

Updated review of the Shocker RSX

I have had some time with my Shocker RSX.  I thought it would be a good time to provide more details about it.

My first gripe I had it with it was the reg, it's way too small without a reg grip.  So if you plan on buying one, just go ahead and get a grip to go along with it.  This marker is really light and feels good in the hands.  I have played with luxes, lv1, clone gti, egos, geos, and more markers and I have to say this is my favorite marker to date.

Something to watch out for is the back cap on the bolt is that if it's unscrewed you'll still be able to shoot (it'll let you shoot a few then stop)  but you just have to screw it back it and you'll set.  I have never pressed the button while I have played to push it out, so that shouldn't be a concern.

It's easy to change settings and has everything you would like.  It's even more incredible that it retails at $800.

I have enjoyed using this marker these pass couple of months and look forward to using it more in the next season.

(only upgrades is the DWCF barrel Tip)

Now I decided to duracoat it.  I also have a TFX but it's currently being worked on.

If you have any questions please comment below.

Shocker RSX

Blue Shocker RSX
White/Blue Spire 200
sl 68/4500 Tank


So pretty, waiting to be opened

Nice Scheme
The SP Shocker RSX:

I have previously owned a Macdev GTI, which was a good marker and everything I could hope a marker would be.  I won't be going into the Macdev here.  Now the Shocker.  An upgraded Ion? Maybe, but from the one day I have taken it out so far, it shot great!

For example, I played in a "practice tournament" 1v1s and it did exactly what I wanted it to.  I shot a lot of paint and never had any problems.  The marker is light, feels good in the hands, and easy to use.  The one knock I do have on it is the Reg needs a grip on it.  Personally for me (I have fairly long fingers) and I felt like it was too small, which can fixed pretty easily with a grip.  I ordered the grip, but it won't be here in time for next Team Practice. 

I got the blue with black accents, and it looks a lot better than I expected.  Everybody knows if you look good, you'll play good.  Same is true for your paintball marker.  from my limited use I love it.  I will be updated this if I have any problems down the road. 

If you have any questions or want to make a comment please do so below.  Have a good one!

PCOC Small practice

Some footage of Last weeks practice.  Wasn't a mandatory practice, but still a lot of fun and learning more stuff.

SCPA Event #1 Dallas

I'll be playing on this field in two weeks.  So Starting the grind to figure out everything about it!  Practice is this Sunday!

Reffing at Paintball Club of Choctaw (Oklahoma) 4/19/2015

Here in a couple of hours, I'll be reffing for PCOC.  I love the field and there's a lot of nice people out almost every time you go out.

My reffing background is pretty short.  I have reffed a Tournament once with a older team, and a few weeks ago I reffed and now I am doing it again today. It's pretty fun to see new comers come in and shoot their friends.  You will never have a bad time going paintball.  So if you are on the edge, just do it.  Sure it hurts a little, but during the game it won't, and it hardly will afterwards while you take a shower. A big pro to this is you will have awesome stories and you'll have a smile on your face the whole time.

I may get to meet a professional paintball player, which is pretty cool in its own right.  Maybe I'll get to play a game or so, we'll have to wait and see. 

Coming Back to Paintball

Hello.  My name is Gabe.  I'm 21 years old now, but first time playing was a long time ago.

The First I time I have ever played was early 2000 for Christmas My parents got us all Paintball guns (I have 2 brothers.)  We got ready and played, I was quite young at the time and nothing scared me more than getting shot.

Fast forward 5 years or so, and my oldest brother started playing again and he pretty much paid for everything, I don't understand how he could afford both of us.  We played in a few tournaments together around Oklahoma and then slowly stopped playing.

In that time we stopped, I would watch videos, still had an itch to play, but never had any money since I was still in school.  After High School, I went to a vo tech, but couldn't get a job in IT, so I got a job with AT&T.  I finally have money.  I worked with AT&T for over a year before I really wanted to get back into paintball.

A few things happened in my life, and I wasn't sure what else to do, so I checked pbnation for new Markers, found an Ego and Spire combination and I was set.

Now on a great team, learning how to play and how to be the best I can.

Playing Delta

Practicing D-Side at PCOC (Paintball club of Choctaw)