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Old 06-28-2010, 10:34 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Since the spring hit I have only used my semis once and that was in a big game where I felt like using my Tippy Phenom with a Havoc mounted to it.
I just like the feel of my gun (brindle T2) over my semis. It just feels right.
Lately I am using my 50 round hopper to get myself used to using less paint.
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Old 06-29-2010, 10:09 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by EgoPossum View Post
Lately I am using my 50 round hopper to get myself used to using less paint.
Except for cover fire using the AT, I'm always surprised at how much paint there is left in the hopper, as I use so little when snap-shooting. I think I went to re-load half a dozen times during that day, only to discover that my 50-round Winchester hopper was still two-thirds full. A pleasant surprise.

On the other hand, when providing cover, the AT works so well that it's possible to burn through a 50-round hopper really, really quickly. It's almost like shooting with a mechanical semi.
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