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Old 06-08-2012, 05:58 PM   #16541 (permalink)
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Old 06-09-2012, 12:27 AM   #16542 (permalink)
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hey guys, a deadly wind carbon fiber barrel WILL fit in a phantom without the need of an undercocking kit right? I can use the stock pump handle correct?
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Old 06-09-2012, 01:24 AM   #16543 (permalink)
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hey guys, a deadly wind carbon fiber barrel WILL fit in a phantom without the need of an undercocking kit right? I can use the stock pump handle correct?
The stock pump sleeve rubbing against carbon fiber is not a good thing. From the Deadlywind's site:

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Old 06-09-2012, 01:24 AM   #16544 (permalink)
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darn, cause i heard of guys online here that use the stock handle with the deadlywind. oh well, thank you.
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Old 06-09-2012, 09:43 AM   #16545 (permalink)
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I prefer an undercokcing kit on a Phantom. Now that I'm in Atlanta, maybe there will be more paintballing in my future. I did a quick tally the other day with my real steel. It's worse than paintball. 8 guns, $8500 value. That doesnt include other stuff (eye and hear pro, etc) and that number will probably change soon.
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Old 06-10-2012, 11:46 AM   #16546 (permalink)
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Speaking of pools. A tree that is on the edge of a pool pushed me into it while I was cleaning the skim gutter Friday night. I fell in with my phone and keys in my pocket but bounced out like a cat. Pulled my phone out and immediately turned it off but it kept restarting by itself. I knew it was ****ed at that point. So I ran to the towel cabinet as I was trying to shut it off and pulled it out of the case and began drying it. It finally went off so I was tapping it on both ends to try to get the water out. Later that night I turned it on and it worked fine. Plugged my head phones in and they worked. Pulled my head phones out and my phone kept thinking they were still in. So I left it on charge over night. Backed it up to iCloud and then restored it, still had the same issue. So I googled iPhone water damage and found out apple care doesn't cover it for water damage (glad I didn't buy apple care) but it also said there are liquid indicators in the phone. One inside the charger slot and one in the head phone jack. If they're half pink and half white it means theyve been wet and activated. There was a tiny bit of pink in the corner of the indicator in my charger slot. The headphone jack indicator was all white, yippee! Glad I had headphone plugged in when the tree pushed me in. So I took it to the apple store knowing I wouldn't get a replacement because I've never gotten anything good from their genius bar. And I was trying to decide if I should tell the truth or just state what's wrong with the phone. So I went in and made an appointment and got seen immediately which also never happens. So I told the genius my phone thinks my head phones are plugged in. He got my appointment up and verified who I was, said usually you're supposed to check in at those tables over there, but since I'm available I'll help you out. He took my phone and checked the headphone jack with a led light and found nothing, yippee! Plugged his headphones in and played music, checked my ringer, turned it off turned it back on, still wouldn't work. Asked of I tried restoring it, said yes, he said he wont take up more time waiting on that then. So he checked out the diagnostic code, and told me there is obviously a hardware issue so we will give you a replacement. He switched out my sim cards and restored from iCloud and I was saved! Now I'm getting the Lifeproof waterproof case which is only $30 more than the case I have now. Had I known some genius made a military grade waterproof case I would have gotten one then.

So that's my story. Not as funny as yours josh.
I know its super late - but next time, fill a bowl with rice and submerge your phone in the rice overnight. I've done the same thing with my iphone and did the rice trick and it soaked up all the water out of the phone...rice absorbs the water! You're a lucky man the "water sensors" in the phone didn't change color!
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Old 06-10-2012, 03:56 PM   #16547 (permalink)
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or you could submerge your phone in a cup rubbing alcohol for an hour or two and then take it out and dry it. The alcohol displaces all the water in the phone and then fully dries. I've done this to a phone before after falling in the pool with it. Works really well.
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Old 06-11-2012, 01:03 AM   #16548 (permalink)
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Old 06-17-2012, 02:39 PM   #16549 (permalink)
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We're doing a game at Orbital on the 30th for anyone who wants to play.

That is, IF any of you guys ever actually play, as opposed to just talking about phones and spiders and cameras and stuff. =P
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