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Old 11-22-2012, 12:54 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 11-22-2012, 01:40 AM   #23 (permalink)
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None. I don't really see the point of modern high-end guns if you don't play competitively.

Of course it all depends on what you mean by "high end."

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Not really a 'high end' by any means but it was to me. Upgrading from my trusty (yes, trusty) Spyder Compact to a '07 PMR BNIB. Great marker. My true 1st high end marker though would be my MacDev Clone, God I love that marker. Shoots where you point it on point damn near every shot. No ups required although a Violent trigger is highly effective (stock has a ton of side to side slop).
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My first high end was my second marker a DYE DM8 after my first marker a Spyder Sonix. I still have both and will never let them go. The Sonix I don't play with anymore, the DM8 is the marker I am most comfortable with.
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