Originally Posted by Black Pat
You have to take in consideration that Pro was not ready / available / not up to the MAPL's standards for them to want to use it at the event.
Please explain this ^
Bc im sure if the pro wasnt up to standards we would have had only one type of paint then, bc we wouldnt have found out till the paint got to the event. and if the paint wasnt up to par, im sure valken would have said something...... or given them a price break on the paint.. (and what would make it not up to par lots of dents? bc im sure every ball in redemption was dented.)
And your argument for pro not being ready or avaiable is complete BS. Valken, im sure is aware of when tournament are, especially the ones they sponsor.... so if that was the case than someone dropped to ball at MAPL and didnt order it in time or just pain ordered redemption and graffiti...
My argument isn't BS im saying mistakes can be made when making a product for ex. when making paint it could have been possible it was too brittle, or the fill wasn't right, a machine could have broke not making enough pro to get through the event, there is an endless list of possibilities that can happen. Earlier this yr when i ordered my G6R I had to wait a long time almost two months because bob longs machine for milling the guns was broken he only has one machine. even at DC last year Kee was supposed to be at DC but there truck broke down on the way too the event see what im saying here? a lot goes into making a product readily available for a customer especially at a tournament and if something goes wrong and you can't get the product to the customer its always good to have a back up and im saying IF
that was the case here and im not saying it was but im saying IF
that was the case then redemption was the next available grade of paint to shoot.