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02 December 2009 - 04:45 AMwell i tried it out yesterday morning it shoots a lot better. i am just so used to shooting firearms that it comes naturally to aim with the sights.
23 November 2009 - 06:55 PMDo not use the look of the MilSim parts to aim is the best thing you can learn. You will, with time, learn how the marker will perform and adjust your aim by shot recognition.
what is the point of all the cool stuff if it dont really work? i am used to shooting rifles and handguns. i know markers are not that accurate but i would like to at least hit the target i am aiming at. this thing is hitting about 3 or 4 feet below the target. What is shot recognition?
19 November 2009 - 04:23 AMThanks for the info. You guys rock!
18 November 2009 - 07:42 AMhey thanks for the info. it really helps alot. still have one more question. what do i need to run remote tanks? do they make a kit or do i have to buy a bunch of different stuff? will it work on hpa and co2?
18 November 2009 - 04:55 AMhow cold is extreme? we do plan to play in the cold weather. the deal is me and my wife and daughter are really getting into the sport of woodsball and right now we need all the pratice that we can get. but i will have to but three tanks and just needed to know if i had to change the markers so they would run on hpa. one of my big issues is you have a guage on the tank to see how much air is left in the tank. and the fields we plan to visit does have co2 and hpa. when we are at homw we will have to run co2 but at the field i would like to run hpa. what is the best size tank for hpa? i tend to think bigger is better but is it really?
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