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Old 09-29-2010, 03:40 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I've always been a pump player, and I like to keep my hand on the reg most of the time. You only need a follow up pump if you can't hit the guy on the first shot.
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good pump forum has the hand holding the handle forwardddd!!!!

accuracy is most defiantly affected
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Old 09-29-2010, 04:06 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I prefer to have a more stable shooting platform with more relaxed stance over a quick follow up shot. No biggie.
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i guess im just so used to holding a real rifle.
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I never shoot only one shot, I always have 4 in the air! My auto trigger is like a semi anyways! Spray and pray the semi way! This post has been satirized for your protection. Feyd................
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If you really wanna be cool you can get your self a pair of small neodymium magnets (or two depending...) and mount them on your back block and body respectively.
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Old 09-29-2010, 06:46 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Try inserting a (start off with and work your way up according to preference) spacer into the pump handle then the return spring (light spring). I used a rubber/stiff cap about 3/8 long on mine T2, was able to point the marker up in the air pump, let go and it return closed, little blow back but noting to be concern about.
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So I tried two things.
1. back to stock reg. and 2. larger barel bore.
The blow back was less but still there.
Then I took the advice to hold the handle while shooting and yes, greater velocity and really not enough blow back to worry about. My hand absorbed everything.

Freebird. This is Vizzer from Tenacious. I was at a scenario with Quacks from the Ninjas and he alerted me to the issue when he shot the marker. Next time I see you, I will connect and let you help me out a bit. Good?
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Old 09-30-2010, 08:37 AM   #28 (permalink)
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So I tried two things.
1. back to stock reg. and 2. larger barel bore.
The blow back was less but still there.
Then I took the advice to hold the handle while shooting and yes, greater velocity and really not enough blow back to worry about. My hand absorbed everything.

Freebird. This is Vizzer from Tenacious. I was at a scenario with Quacks from the Ninjas and he alerted me to the issue when he shot the marker. Next time I see you, I will connect and let you help me out a bit. Good?
Yeah man, ill get you all set up no problem.
I wanted to make it out to boot camp last weekend but hunting season just started. Ill show you how to break it down, lube the reg, as well as re-set the timing and pretty much anything else you need to know.
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Old 09-30-2010, 11:47 AM   #29 (permalink)
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I've always been a pump player, and I like to keep my hand on the reg most of the time. You only need a follow up pump if you can't hit the guy on the first shot.
For a well executed shot, having the whole hand on the pump can be awkward for me, I usually look for a better place to rest my pump hand, and keep a finger on the handle to avoid kick back.
But a hefty return spring is more than enough to avoid it.
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Freebird. Thanks. Should be at ASC in a few weekends, once my groups up here at camp diminish.
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