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14 May 2010 - 06:09 PMTasos were good barrels- very quiet relative to stock, as well.
10 May 2010 - 05:52 AMYup.
Ano question: accents will be black. Body: what variation of brown or grey should it be? Anything from a gunmetal to a chocolate to a beige and black splash is on the table.
05 May 2010 - 05:13 PMMmmmm... new autococker today, for cheap.
$69 shipped got me a 2k2 body, complete with internals, black dust. Chrome backblock, one of those 'cheater' cocking rods that can adjust the IVG, ... and now that prt that will make you all jealous.
Nickel PPS Male Stabilizer
Chrome Hollowpoint (had to hammer the shaft straight and replace the seals, but it works as well as ever now)
PPS Ram, immaculate condition
Black DYE Single-hinge frame.
I slapped a Microrock on there with a Freeflow knob, added an ASA and rail, threaded in a barrel, and it shot great, the first attempt. Whoa. Not bad for eyeballing the hammer lug into place, and not even touching the timing rod.
05 May 2010 - 05:03 PMWhen people wipe a hit, from a pump...
After a bunkering move, with a stock class gun, getting bonus-balled.
While I realize it's a self-inflicted handicap using a pump, if you're going to set your Luxe to 17bps ramp for rec play, look before you shoot.
Friendly fire. It isn't.
Oh and by the way, don't call me a ninja unless you want to get barrel tagged. Ninjas don't use guns.
05 May 2010 - 04:57 PMIf you want to go open class, look at the CCM guns (Series 6, J2L, T2)- they're as good or better, depending on your personal leanings, and cheaper. $583, fully loaded, and if you're willing to buy used, they dip down to 350-400 from time to time.
Personally, my two favorite pumps of all time fall under $200- AM-P Illusion, and Line SI Bushmaster. You can't find either one new anymore, though.