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Old 07-31-2012, 06:29 PM   #291 (permalink)
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I took 280 first strike to play with and Crimson took around 320. I came home with 120. I think Crimson had around 100 left. That is approx the cost of two cases of paint FPO and we only shot first strikes through our guns. I didn't ever feel like I wasn't getting enough trigger time, and I was more than satisfied with the number of kills I had.
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Old 07-31-2012, 06:41 PM   #292 (permalink)
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We could try scented first strikes like than you could smell who shot who
GAP used to make (and they might be open again) scented paint. I used it a time or two and I knew exactly who I had shot throughout the day.
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Old 07-31-2012, 06:43 PM   #293 (permalink)
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lube the shaft and warm the o-ring up in your hand by rubbing it back and forth between hands. then it should go on easier.
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Old 07-31-2012, 07:17 PM   #294 (permalink)
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Titus sells scented Nelson Anarchy. He used some strawberry scented balls last time and you could definitely smell the strawberry after he hit you.
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Old 07-31-2012, 07:37 PM   #295 (permalink)
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if your a well seasoned pump player you will have a better understanding and better learning curve with he SR-1. now those of you who are NOT pump players i got news for you, get hip to the fact of people NOt going out on the first hit.
this marker is NOt for everyone. just like when people want to play pump and want to buy a marker I tell them go buy a ccm and not a cci. its a mater of skill and temperment.
I love the SR1 but not everyone is going to understand the learning curve. and that it does have. i really need to post some photos of what mine looks like now. im waiting on a few things and making a few others then ill show yas.
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Old 07-31-2012, 07:45 PM   #296 (permalink)
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if your a well seasoned pump player you will have a better understanding and better learning curve with he SR-1. now those of you who are NOT pump players i got news for you, get hip to the fact of people NOt going out on the first hit.
this marker is NOt for everyone. just like when people want to play pump and want to buy a marker I tell them go buy a ccm and not a cci. its a mater of skill and temperment.
I love the SR1 but not everyone is going to understand the learning curve. and that it does have. i really need to post some photos of what mine looks like now. im waiting on a few things and making a few others then ill show yas.
This sounds hard...... i cant wait for all the "why are you shooting that?" And the. "You paid how much for a pump/boot action gun??"

I think most all who are getting this are well seasoned pump players, that or thier sacks are just much larger than average, or both
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if your a well seasoned pump player you will have a better understanding and better learning curve with he SR-1. now those of you who are NOT pump players i got news for you, get hip to the fact of people NOt going out on the first hit.
There's that, and the crushing defeat you feel when you watch a great shot fly true only to bounce off a ton of padding.

Or gilly's neck. Totally crawled for a half a game and put a single shot on him to have it bounce.
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if your a well seasoned pump player you will have a better understanding and better learning curve with he SR-1. now those of you who are NOT pump players i got news for you, get hip to the fact of people NOt going out on the first hit.
this marker is NOt for everyone. just like when people want to play pump and want to buy a marker I tell them go buy a ccm and not a cci. its a mater of skill and temperment.
I love the SR1 but not everyone is going to understand the learning curve. and that it does have. i really need to post some photos of what mine looks like now. im waiting on a few things and making a few others then ill show yas.

We will be shipping a box of skill with each gun so it takes the learning curve down to about a dozen shots.

You will be a professional paintball sniper before lunch.

There is no guarantee but there will be plenty of hype.





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We will be shipping a box of skill with each gun so it takes the learning curve down to about a dozen shots.

You will be a professional paintball sniper before lunch.

There is no guarantee but there will be plenty of hype.





Oooooh, so for some of us it may start oozing from our pores?
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Oooooh, so for some of us it may start oozing from our pores?


I can already smell the sniper on you.






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