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16 August 2009 - 10:29 PMI've read this whole thread and have come up with that this is exactly what puzuma says it is: a niche filler. All the wrench heads will make their own bolt action rifles and make a new style of play. A mutant love child of pump-actioneers and sniping enthusiasts. Playing with a backup will be a staple of this new breed of player. Due to the likely-hood that these players will all be using their own modified bolt action rifles of some sort, nobody's invincible. And this varitas I keep hearing about, will be the exception. Albeit a 2-sided-sword exception with a semi-auto rifle spitting 8 rounds at 6 bucks, kinda feel bad for them... as you're walking off the field.
25 January 2009 - 12:36 AMThanks, Your right about the preference.
I guess the best way to make your gun more accurate is to check every single paintball you put in your hopper (yaaah...No.) then use a pump to make your shots more important.
What I have now is all I need for the time being.
EDIT: (Puzuma's sig) Is that Kokopelli with an X-7? that's hilarious!
24 January 2009 - 05:18 PM(Insert all of your quotes here)
I thought as much, but, I wanted to hear from the members of this forum. I have a bunch of questions, but, I think I know the answer to them. Like are they worth it? or whats the best? or anything like that simple. Though, what I'd like to ask is "What is the most accurate paintball marker setup?" Unfortunately, that question is asked on the basis that all paintballs are perfect.
So what I get from this, the biggest deciding factor in accuracy is basically the paintballs? Is there no other way? saed faic.
I wish they made paintball bullets
22 January 2009 - 02:38 AMloving the stock ... really want the stock actually, unfortunately, i have no need for another marker.
free bump though because of the boring topic title lol.
22 January 2009 - 01:52 AMIntended to buy a "remote nipple" with inaccurate definitions of the term, I was corrected and then offered the full unit (asa adapter with the nipple.) After that, Viherkogen offered to assemble it with all the fixens' (tape, O-Ring, oil) That kind of thing may not be as big to most of "you" as it is to me (I have no materials lol) I would do business again for sure.
oh also, essentially showed me how to b/s/t on forums.
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