1. Unfortunately the sport of Paintball has died a slow death during the recession and it has severely affected the numbers of people who can play. Either from a financial point of view or for the amount of players who immigrated. With no players, the community is dead. I will leave the site here in for as long as possible as an archive as to the great community that we had during 2005 - 2010. Maybe one day... it will be back. Regards, Richie

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Discussion in 'Other' started by MayneStream, Oct 11, 2013.

  1. MayneStream

    MayneStream Member

    (so the title makes sense www.youtube.com/watch?v=y30I8Gl0N4Y . Well, more sense.)

    Got bored today and started nerding out on batteries... If you you also enjoy a good nerd session check out the following link:

    http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/01/are-expensive-batteries-worth-the-extra-cost/

    Take note about the part where he mentions voltage drop, this is were your marker stops working :)

    Also, you may already be aware of this place, but by far one of the cheapest places to get your batteries!

    http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Babz-Media/
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  2. Richie

    Richie Administrator Staff Member

    Actually the title ( of this thread) makes no sense at all... can you edit it to make it spell something correctly?
  3. Dusty

    Dusty Ask someone else....

    All very well, doesn't take into account ambient air temperatures or any of that.

    It's fairly simple though, paintball is not a cheap sport. Markers are certainly not cheap.

    I will NEVER understand why people cheap out on their battery supply. Markers do funny things when the batteries start getting low.

    I've always used Duracell or Energy paintball batteries and never had problems or duds.
  4. Robbie_O

    Robbie_O Active Member

    Babz are good but they won't ship outside of the UK, from my dealings with them.
    I find camera shops are good they buy in bulk so generally sell for a good deal cheaper than most shops.

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