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17 November 2010 - 12:31 PMUPS actually is pretty good for my family. If our usual guy delivers, he knows us so well that he never rings the doorbell (we have dogs, so doorbell = barking ) and just leaves it there if we're home or not. He's cool.
08 September 2010 - 02:36 PMIt seems like a lot of people like the TOO. Well, before I buy either, I want to test them out. At least I now have my hopper options narrowed down to two. It looks like I'm going to a different field this weekend, and this one lets my brother play, too. The other field lets people 14 and older play, and he's almost 14.
01 September 2010 - 05:06 PMActually, I think the ones with the thingy on the back are the cool ones. And I already have a mask (my first buy )
But, I hear you on the paranoid, my dad never buys from an ebayer that doesn't have 200+ items sold and 99.9+ feedback. Oh well, I'm looking around still, so nothing is permanent. If the hurricane doesn't hit us, we might go 'ballin' this weekend, too.
So, what do you guys think is a good cocker for what price? Like, what should I look for price wise for certain used cockers?
01 September 2010 - 01:43 PMIf I can manage to find an autococker I like, I think I will get it, but that does mean I'll probably be posting lots of questions.
Anyways, what is your guys' opinion of this marker: Link ? I hate to keep asking whether a marker is good or not, but you guys know your stuff, whereas I don't. I'll probably ask a lot of these until I get my own marker, so I hope I don't get too bothersome.
29 August 2010 - 04:58 PMWell first off, I think you can find a better deal than that.
Secondly, getting the timing right on an Autococker can be tricky for someone who isn't experienced in working on many markers.
Let me ask you this: How often do you play? And How much do you see yourself playing in the future?
Okay, that's why I asked, because I don't know what's a good deal and what's not.
I've read about that, and I think I could take it to a pro shop foor help, or look on the net to find instructions on how to time/ otherwise tune a 'Cocker. The thing is, though, I just can't get rid of the feeling of wanting one, even if it doesn't shoot 20+ bps or ramp.
I want to eventually go at least once a week (although I wish I could go more often, but Maryland fields seem to be weekends only), but that depends on if my parents are willing. When I turn 16 next year and can drive, I'll probably go once a week.
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