BlueDragonX, on Aug 6 2007, 05:20 PM, said:
Definitely learn to run and gun, it's an important skill as a Dagger. I would go for a smaller, lighter marker than an A5. The A5A2 is going to be really long since it has both a stock and a longer barrel. If you are going to use an A5 then I'd suggest a remote line, either no stock or a folding stock, and a short barrel, 10" would be good in my book. Also, the X7 hopper has a nice lower profile on an A5.
Though Ideally I recommend a different marker. Automags are a good choice as they can be made very light and small, plus they're very high quality pieces. Most high end electros fit the bill as well.
What do you shoot now?
1. Remote lines = death. Especially if you play in places with twigs, trees, and bushes. They just get caught slow you down, and make more noise. Unless you know your going to be playing in deserts or mainly urban environments its not a good idea to use one.
2. While the X7 has a "lower" profile its much wider and thus hurts your snap shooting. I would personally be taller than wider as you can always shoot kneeling, crouching or prone to account for height but its much harder to effectively combat a wide profile.