tippman 98 custom
spyder vic 2
ive read a few posts i have one Q for Thanatos2288 u said dry fire the mini to soften the spring what do u mean dryfire? my invert dos not fire unless there is a ball in it. i thought they all are like that?
DOWNS:the biggest problem is with the recoil of the mini. if u try to ramp u better get a good grip on the front grip bc it kicks up up up. i dont care much for the feel of the front grip kinda uncomfertable to hold. the trigger is way to touchy for my likeing sence theres no safety the invert is the 1st gun ive ever ben able to shake and have it go off. the 1st time i used my invert i had my fingers rested on the trigger frame when the game started i took off running while i was running the gun fired 3 shots lucky for my team i had my gun aimed straight infront of me.
UPS: very light perfect with remote coil no tank to way it down. shoots accurate even with stock barrel upgrade optional. love the 3 semishot then ramping mode fast accurate
I recommand this gun to anyone starting out or not. this gun is nice for woodsball or speedball. Dont go buying 3-4 crap guns buy the invert 1st its werth the $300
You know with a remote line, the kick is going to be even worse? I couldnt imagine trying to use the gun with any accuracy without a tank on it to stabilize things. Most guns that use remotes also have stocks to help with that.
Ya man to be honest, a remote line seems pointless for the Invert Mini, and in regards to the dry firing. Dry firing is when you have your mini gassed up with HPA or Nitro. Instead of putting a ball in the chamber to make the mini's bolt move, you can hold down the trigger and at the same time turn the gun on. This will turn on the mini with the eyes off and it will allow you to dry fire. Now i dont recommend you do this because i have heard that it can be harmful to the guns.