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G6R w/oled board 12 92.31%
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Old 11-09-2011, 09:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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G6R w/oled board VS. NT 11

Which one is better? And why? I really need feddback for a trade i am about to do.
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Old 11-10-2011, 06:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I voted for the g6r just because i know people that own both these markers, and the dye seems to be a very finicky marker and if everything isn't just perfect it can be headaches. Now that is just what I have seen hopefully someone on here has experience with both markers and can give you better info.
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Old 11-10-2011, 07:59 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I haven't owned either, but I'd shoot a G6r over an NT. First off, I prefer poppets, and the G6r is a very nice stacked gun. The NT is a spool. Second, the NT has too much rubber on it for my taste. It's comfy without gloves, but once I put gloves on it feels like a toy. I also really enjoy the reach on the G6r.

Both are great guns though.
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Old 11-10-2011, 08:58 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Wow, no love at all for Dye. I'd vote the NT because of the way i hold the marker, i wrap my hand around the barrel and front reg and hold my thumb over the barrel, just feels more comforatble to me that way, the lpr on the g6r doesnt let me do that. I shot both and the NT is much quieter and smoother, ive never been worried about kick but it was a bit less over the g6r. Sure, i'm not a fan of the rubbery parts, so thats about the only downside for me, also like what has been said earlier, the NT is a bit more maintence as far as lubing the bolt system, also has alot more orings, the g6r on the other hand requires much less maintence but you'll also NEED a pressure tester for it, please dont buy a 900 dollar marker and not spend another 40 for the pressure tester.

To tell the truth i probably would pick up a g6r over an NT still only because of how stupidly light feeling it is, the nt is almost the same weight but just for some reason the g6r is so stupidly small it feels like you're holding a feather, it balances perfectly with one of the newer ninja tanks.
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I have a stock G6R and a buddy of mine has the NT. We went to Tippmann World Challenge and he spent the first half of Saturday at the Dye tech booth getting it fixed while I was out having an amazing time with a marker that shot awesome. The G6R gets better air efficiency its lighter and in my opinion is gets more range. Now the down side is you need an SLP tank for the G6R adding more expense.
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in my opinion is gets more range.



I just dont want a g6r because it seems like everyone has one, like bob long is their new god, i dont like bob long
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Now the down side is you need an SLP tank for the G6R adding more expense.


i would get the pressure tester before this.
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I have a stock G6R and a buddy of mine has the NT. We went to Tippmann World Challenge and he spent the first half of Saturday at the Dye tech booth getting it fixed while I was out having an amazing time with a marker that shot awesome. The G6R gets better air efficiency its lighter and in my opinion is gets more range. Now the down side is you need an SLP tank for the G6R adding more expense.
We all know range isn't a factor anymore, although it can seem like some guns shoot farther.

The SLP Reg is a good upgrade if you have a G6r, but you don't need it. I ran an 850 PSI on one and it shot great.
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Old 11-10-2011, 03:01 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Love my G6 its crazy light shoots smooth as glass and it gets an assload of shots off the smallest of tanks. Example I got 500 off a 22/3000. Thinking about trying it as a eletro pistol.
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