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23 November 2010 - 05:26 AMI have had a tm 15 since last year and have used it a handful of times before it decided that it would not fire farther than 15 feet no velocity it has a new solenoid and went into kee for fixing and they did not fix it any ideas??
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12 June 2008 - 03:29 PMThere has been some talk in the thread about a high end woods gun for rec/scenario etc
so I thought about it and here is what I want to see.....
The function of the t68 gen4 with the magazines holding the 18 rounds (25 would be better) and the on board tank design hidden in the stock. I also like the built in red dot, the carrying handle, and the rail system...
the reason this marker is not what we all hope for is the internals are spyder and therefore a blowback it also runs on high pressure...
the solution is to combine the pros of this marker with that of the tiberius t9.... Allow me to elaborate..
A high quality efficient internal low pressure design with quality materials.
the reason the t9 is not what we all hope for is the clip design only holds 8 rounds on a rifle (wich is ok on a pistol but a rifle come on)
also I would like to see this marker in camo
and come with a c series stiffi (personal preference)
I would pay well over $1,000 if I had to..
If you agree here or have your own 2 cents to add on a high end woods gun feel free to vent
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