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I just cleaned my gun today. It used to be dirty but now it's all sparkly and ****. Just thought all of you should know.
 

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when one of my friends got his first gun, he came to me to fix it after the bolt jammed (im the neighborhood pb gun fixer). I pulled the bolt out, and he said, "Whoa, that comes out?"
 

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croix153 said:
when one of my friends got his first gun, he came to me to fix it after the bolt jammed (im the neighborhood pb gun fixer). I pulled the bolt out, and he said, "Whoa, that comes out?"
oh geez, no wonder his boltl jammed!
I swear people shoud be handed a manual and forced ot read it before they touch a new paintball marker
 

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It was the first time I cleaned it in like a year or so. It was pretty dirty, but now it shines like splatwithhonors forehead.
 

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You should clean your gun to show you care.

The gun will respond in turn by functioning flawlessly.
 

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If I was more into paintballing I would clean it more often, but I only get to go a couple times a year because I'd rather go dirtbiking when I get the chance.
 

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ComradeMolyneux said:
If I was more into paintballing I would clean it more often, but I only get to go a couple times a year because I'd rather go dirtbiking when I get the chance.
I ride my dirtbike everyday when not paintballin but after a game will usually clean it the next night after ridin depends on how tired i am after the game
 
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