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Old 11-22-2012, 06:23 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Old 11-22-2012, 07:12 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Old 11-22-2012, 10:02 AM   #33 (permalink)
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I started with a tippman smg 60 in 1988 and rocked that for a few months before upgrading to a mac1 annhilator in late 88 or early 89. I had nothing but probs with it, so I ended up buying a custom carter comp for $285 and a carter buzzard for $350 I think in 89 or 90. Carter machine was still located in the south bay back then. Those were considered high end at the time. I went really high end when I switched from 12gm co2 to 7oz constant air co2.
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Old 11-22-2012, 10:34 AM   #36 (permalink)
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I started with a tippman smg 60 in 1988 and rocked that for a few months before upgrading to a mac1 annhilator in late 88 or early 89. I went really high end when I switched from 12gm co2 to 7oz constant air co2.
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When I started in '88, the field I played at had Splatmasters for rentals, but one guy had his own Tippy 68 Special and another a VM and boy did we run away when we heard those coming. I bought a Rapide to start, which stripped out in one game and quickly upgraded to a direct feed, auto-trigger, 16 inch barrel (w/ muzzle break!) Spitfire pump. I remember telling all the other rentals that I would take on one the two semi's if we ran into them and they could fall back (LOL)

In 1990, I finally broke down and bought my first high end - the F1 Illustrator. In the land of Bushmasters and Phantoms, now I was king! Ah, memories...
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Old 11-22-2012, 10:49 AM   #37 (permalink)
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But my first gun was a Rebline, and they were "fairly" high-end back in the waning days of the first pump-era. Glad I held onto it all this time.
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When I started in '88, the field I played at had Splatmasters for rentals, but one guy had his own Tippy 68 Special and another a VM and boy did we run away when we heard those coming. I bought a Rapide to start, which stripped out in one game and quickly upgraded to a direct feed, auto-trigger, 16 inch barrel (w/ muzzle break!) Spitfire pump. I remember telling all the other rentals that I would take on one the two semi's if we ran into them and they could fall back (LOL)

In 1990, I finally broke down and bought my first high end - the F1 Illustrator. In the land of Bushmasters and Phantoms, now I was king! Ah, memories...
My field was using Nel-Spot 007's when I started (Around 1987) so when I got the Cobra it was a huge step up with a 9 ounce tank and 50 rounds lol.

I guess for my time line my first was a Brass Eagle Cobra and in the now a TM-15
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