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Old 02-24-2014, 04:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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t2 vs. field markers... discuss!

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Playing some woodsball or speedball (whatever) with a t2
vs. others that are using field markers (tippman, spyder, what have you)

basically, t2 vs. non-pumps. are you at an advantage? disadvantage due to rof?

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Old 02-24-2014, 04:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Honestly I figure with the T2 having a/t and someone using it for the most part being vastly more experienced than your average renter I'd say you're at a distinct advantage that way. Not to mention field rentals are usually bone stock with a stock barrel which might as well be useless.
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I've played against rental guys where I felt I could still win a 10v1 if you gave them all egos on ramping and I had a sling shot. I've also played against rentals where if you weren't careful they'd run up on you quick.

Just remember, you don't have to shoot if you barrel tag someone, and all guns have a barrel.
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I just ask because I've been out of the game forever, and want to get back into it with either a mag or t2. I just want to be able to play with a nice, tight, great looking little piece. I agree with both of you though, it would likely be all in experience. You can probably shoot at a pretty decent rof fairly accurately though, yes? You can keep the trigger depressed and just pump, is this correct?
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Yep but sounds like if you want a pump for it's autotrigger I'd just go for a nice mech cocker, it'd be more accurate just pulling the trigger rather than pumping it for it's autotrigger
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Auto-trigger is for keeping heads down and movement not to eliminate peeps! One shot...for each...for the win!
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Auto-trigger is for keeping heads down and movement not to eliminate peeps! One shot...for each...for the win!
this for sure! and tbh, i want the t2 because it is just so damn good looking... and light. i really want a nice mag, and wish i wouldn't have gotten rid of my orange logic one... but nobody likes to part with their mags. t2s are always up for sale.
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T2 has been my go to marker since I got one shortly following their release.
It is the gun I have owned for the longest period of time and I will not sell it (I move through a huge number of guns).

They shoot great and are enormously superior to rank and file field rentals. The finest gun I have ever owned ( I also own a classic mag and a Tac One, both terrific and fun guns). Once you are good at shooting one, they are absolutely deadly.
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The nice this about pumps these days, is that due to the large volume of fire that everyone is accustom too, people tend to ignored just one or two shots, so you have more time to correct your aim before they shift they're focus to your. Plus many people won't pop back in the bunker unless they notice a volley of paint coming, so your target tends to stay exposed longer.

The main downside for me is pumping while laying on the ground or from other various awkward positions.
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I've never pumped but I could imagine it would/will take some getting used to. Those t2's are just so damn aesthetic.
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