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Old 03-07-2009, 01:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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mini comp?

I have been looking into buying a mini comp for a while now. i have used mand varieties of snipers but i have never shot a stock class pump. how will it compare to playing with a winchester ans 48/45 tank. i will be playing mostly airball, but senario on occasion. will it be more fun to play with, more chalenging, harder, ect.

now on to the fetures

how many shots per 12gram, i play in humid 65-75 degree weather

how acurate is it how heavy is it

does it shoulder well with a stock

is it hard to aim without a stock



i would like to know everything about it!
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Old 03-07-2009, 02:45 AM   #2 (permalink)
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i got 1 on the way from earon at carter machine, i had many stock guns and comp, buzzard, snipers etc., 2 me the comp is better with a stock, L stock is best 2 me, very acurate, about almost 40 shots + on comp, it's all alum. not 2 heavy, more then phantom, without stock i was not as good, but still acurate, u can always put a 3.5 co2 on the gun, with a stock gun it's all about shoot and move, not shooting 20,30, 50 or a 100 balls or more at 1 person and don't hit them, stock vs auto's just don't run 2 far out in front, just take ur time, stock use way less paint, not all those pods, big hopper, u will also use less paint then the sniper, if u play with the sniper, i play with sniper every sunday at sc village, stock is almost the same, 2 me the sniper takes more shots 2 hit somebody the the comp, i think the comp is more acurate, earon also told me the comp is a lil faster the the buzzard, and he told me this last month, my new comp and box gun will be here in about 1 or 2 weeks, but stock is very fun, now if u like shooting a lot of paint, don't go stock, stay with sniper.
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I have been looking into buying a mini comp for a while now. i have used mand varieties of snipers but i have never shot a stock class pump. how will it compare to playing with a winchester ans 48/45 tank. i will be playing mostly airball, but senario on occasion. will it be more fun to play with, more chalenging, harder, ect.

now on to the fetures

how many shots per 12gram, i play in humid 65-75 degree weather

how acurate is it how heavy is it

does it shoulder well with a stock

is it hard to aim without a stock



i would like to know everything about it!
Go buy a phantom.

Seriously. No use in "wanting to try stock class" only to wait 4 months to get a custom one. Go pick up a backbottle phantom to get a feel for stockclass, 'ta see if it's your thing.

Not to sound like a dickhead but like they say in soviet russia....

You don't pick mini-comp, mini-comp pick you.


Pick up a simple phantom or whatnot, before going out and buying the most top of the line stock class gun
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here is my review, its the best stockclass gun ever made in my opinion
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Can we see a reveiw of a mini buzzard???
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Can we see a reveiw of a mini buzzard???
sure buy me one
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It seems to be the marker no one really owns(the mini buzzard)I owned a buzzard and it wasn't for me but i am willing to give the new mini buzz a shot if i can see some pics( not from carters site)and some feedback.I will talk to my sponsors and see about getting you one for review.
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I have seen a few pictures of one, with the new slider trigger and everything, and a couple with the old bannana trigger, I would love to get my hands on one, but college student funds are not high. If your sponsors want to line one up for me to review I would be more than happy to write another TF inspired review.
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Father of 3 laid off ,sponsers was a joke !!
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Father of 3 laid off ,sponsers was a joke !!
jesus man, don't do that to me


Use the smilies, ecasam doesnt carry over haha
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