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Old 10-23-2010, 06:22 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Yep, I'm putting in my order Monday morning for a 6.5. So excited to finally own a quality pump. I just can't afford to shoot semi as often as I like. Shooting a bag will let me get back to playing every weekend. Can't wait.
i shoot more with my t2 than with my ego/icds/ions

maybe its cuz i use a rotor on my t2 and a sportshot on my semis....
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maybe its cuz i use a rotor on my t2 and a sportshot on my semis....
Lol...what?
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Old 10-23-2010, 07:51 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I've run a Rotor on my T-2 since It first came out. It works way better than my Velocity did. Feyd.......................
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Old 10-24-2010, 12:25 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Yeah, I am well aware that barrel length has nothing to do with accuracy. There is a reason pros use 14" over 12". Pointy guns are easier to sight for accuracy.
pros use whatever there sponsors give them, I could go sponsor russian legion and tell them to use pgp's, as long as they're getting sponsorship money, they'll shoot whatever the hell the sponsor gives them. It's the d3/2/1 guy you have to look at in order to see what's the best out there. And barrel length is just one of those things you get used to, sure it might feel weird at first but it starts to feel more natural the more you play
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Yeah, I am well aware that barrel length has nothing to do with accuracy. There is a reason pros use 14" over 12". Pointy guns are easier to sight for accuracy.
Tournament players use 14 and 16 inch barrels to jam their guns into inflatable bunkers and wrap them around their guns without covering the muzzle. They also use them because they see other players use them. They also use them because that is what their friend gave them and they became accustomed to using and find it difficult to aim with a shorter barrel.

Why do you call long barrels "pointy" ?
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Tournament players use 14 and 16 inch barrels to jam their guns into inflatable bunkers and wrap them around their guns without covering the muzzle. They also use them because they see other players use them. They also use them because that is what their friend gave them and they became accustomed to using and find it difficult to aim with a shorter barrel.

Why do you call long barrels "pointy" ?
LOL, because a longer barrel is easier to point. When you blur your eyes and see two barrels in your vision... a longer barrel is easier to sight. I bought a 12" cp barrel once for my mini thinking I would like playing closer to bunkers only to realize that it was harder to aim because the gap at the tips of the barrel were farther apart. I aim a marker by blurring both eyes and placing the target in between both barrels that I see in my vision. I can get used to shooting 12" barrels and did with the mini but I see now why 14" is the standard. 16" is just to long and awkward and 12" is harder to sight.
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Old 10-24-2010, 05:06 PM   #19 (permalink)
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So you think that having a longer barrel is going to be more accurate in sighting in a target, yet you admittedly shoot at things with your vision purposely blurred??

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Old 10-24-2010, 05:31 PM   #20 (permalink)
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LOL sounds odd to me but if it works for you then w/e lol
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