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21 September 2010 - 01:09 AMNot true, the T9.1 CQB comes with a mock silencer and laser sight, both very useless.IMO, I would get a cqb. Nice small, light, and tight. The one with the least needed junk.
Ranger comes with a barrel extension, and shroud.
Whether the Ranger accessories are equally useless is debatable, but keep in mind the CQB costs more..
Yes specific barrels. Only Lapco and FLASC make aftermarket first strike barrels.Are you sure you can use other barrels? I would think the unique nature of the round would necessitate a specific barrel.
08 September 2010 - 02:46 AMNothing new, there have been apex fronts for freak kits for a while now.
06 September 2010 - 12:38 AMCome on.. do a BIT of research...hey i got a friend about to buy a t9 (elite?) and he's wanting to know how many balls come in a first strike case, and what upgrades are needed to shoot them out of the marker. could someone pm me with the answers? (just in case i forget to find this thread again?)
T9 need the first strike upgrade to shoot first strikes, little kit with a first strike barrel, spring and I believe bolt.
And first strike cases come in boxes called the '100ct box' and the '40ct box'. No prizes for guessing how many you get...
19 August 2010 - 08:13 AMheh this is funny, I was thinking of the opposite a while back, hack up a cheap pump marker to mount under my first strike t9.1, and load it with 6 balls, so I have a 1-shot buckshot if anyone gets too close
16 August 2010 - 11:52 AMDo you intend to try dual wielding? Why get 2 of (almost) the same marker?
I vote T9.1, if you later decide you want a rifle for woodsball, you could always get the rifle shroud/barrel. Plus the t9.1 comes with a rail you can attach scopes and whatnot to for some first strike sniping goodness.