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30 June 2008 - 12:11 PMDon't want to turn this into a "this unit is better than that unit" type of thread, but I can say that GeisterJagers have more fun than any other unit out there. Both on, and off the field.
I have a lot of respect for the Commonwealth guys, but we do have bigger campfires. ;-)
We are constantly on the go on the field, so GJ's are a great choice if you want to see lots of action in many parts of the field. We don't stay in one place for very long. ;-)
29 June 2008 - 07:12 PMPerformance will be just about the same as far as number of shots from a tank. The 98C is a little more difficult to disassemble and reassemble, but if you are thinking about going with a response trigger, the 98C actually cycles much faster with a response trigger than the A5 does. The A5 I feel is much easier to do maintenance on, but they are both good markers. Accuracy depends on the barrel you use, and regardless of which one you use, I recommend you upgrade the barrel.
29 June 2008 - 07:01 PMYep, JT Tac 5. I don't know if it is the worst marker in history, but it was the worst I ever owned. I only paid about $30 for it, but it was still a bad marker. The trigger pull was one of the longest I have ever seen and it had a problem one time where the sear would not catch the bolt just right and it went full auto and emptied a full 20oz CO2 tank. I gave it to a friend to use as a spare marker. Being a spare marker is about all it's good for.
29 June 2008 - 06:42 PMI was think about attending D-day 2009 and was unsure about a rule?
Im pretty sure your not allowed to use full auto (99% sure) and i have a alpha black with an e-grip can i use it if i have it set on semi and dont bring the tool to change it?
Yep if you have it set on Semi you are just fine. No worries! You can even bring the tool, just don't take it out on the field with you when you go out to play.
25 June 2008 - 06:07 AM