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Old 01-08-2012, 12:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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my pair of old school Comps

they both shoot very nice

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What's the bore size on those things like anways? Love the top one.
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I have no idea

they shoot valken graffiti really well, with only rare rollouts

the top one points so naturally - but the bottom one kills it for efficiency, and on HPA is also really consistent
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690-693 I would estimate.
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I used to shoot blue or orange nelson paint with my comp and carter termite and never had any rollouts. These were 1989 models though, so I have no idea what bore Earon used back then.

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P.S. I think they added that thumb groove on the wood grips in late 88 or early 89. I remember it being the "newer" style grips, compared to the orig flat wood comp grips. I think mine were actually attached by jb weld, as opposed to set screws.

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Old 01-15-2012, 12:21 PM   #7 (permalink)
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The custom grip on the one Comp loks like a Tim Stone rip.

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