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Old 01-01-2014, 07:21 PM   #21 (permalink)
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PM Simon how he has done it but he hasn't ran one of his Picos only using the spring being wined up.

Could run it with no board, no batts and no wires. Would make it lighter. The good thing bout the Pico is you can use it on a pump, turn up the bps (if ya have an adjust. board) and throw it on a electro and rip with it.
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I really like Sportshots. The APPs and Winchesters, in my experience, are just a bit too small for the APP 50 round pods, and just barely hold a GXG 50. Sportshots with APP fifty round pods (which hold ~62) are darn near perfect.
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I really like Sportshots. The APPs and Winchesters, in my experience, are just a bit too small for the APP 50 round pods, and just barely hold a GXG 50. Sportshots with APP fifty round pods (which hold ~62) are darn near perfect.
APP and Winchesters can hold 60 or so with the dyelocklid mod.

I've dumped a 140 round pod into a sportshot before. It tends to jam when you do it though.
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Looks like I'll have to hold off on a pump set up for a few more months
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in my opinion out of all the hoppers I use, Winchesters, sportshots, revvys, primos, GXGs, the best one I always refer back to are the newer sportshots because of its profile and capacity it is just perfect for what you need playing pump
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I'm a fan of the Sportshot.
It's easily the most durable and robust loader I've ever owned, and it feels small without making me worry about running out of paint.

I've got several revvies, and if I ever used autotrigger I'd probably considering running them on my pump more often.
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Old 01-03-2014, 01:44 AM   #27 (permalink)
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Sportshot is about perfect for me. I also really like the old small ~100 round indian springs maxi loaders. Surprised no one even mentioned them.
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