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View Poll Results: POLL: Marker Company with Most Eliminations all Time
WGP 16 9.41%
AGD 5 2.94%
TIPPMANN 130 76.47%
Spyder 5 2.94%
DYE/Proto 0 0%
Eclipse/Planet Eclipse 4 2.35%
Bob Long 3 1.76%
Brass Eagle 2 1.18%
Smart Parts/GOG/Luxe 5 2.94%
Alien 0 0%
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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POLL: Marker Company with Most Eliminations all Time

Of these companies, which do you think has be responsible for the most paintball eliminations of all time and why? Thoughts?
  1. WGP
  2. AGD
  3. TIPPMANN
  4. Spyder
  5. Dye/Proto
  6. Eclipse/Planet Eclipse
  7. Bob Long
  8. Brass Eagle
  9. Smart Parts/GOG/Luxe
  10. Alien
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Tippmann for sure. Purely because of rental fields and the 98
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:58 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Tippmann for sure. Purely because of rental fields and the 98
This! And seems to be highly popular first owner marker then moved up to an A5 or X7
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Tippmann: because of rentals
PE: because of tournies

But I think Tippmann takes the cake.

What about WGP because they are so old they started with so many more kills before others existed?
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Tippmann: because of rentals
PE: because of tournies

But I think Tippmann takes the cake.

What about WGP because they are so old they started with so many more kills before others existed?
I don't see tourneys as a lot of eliminations on a daily basis. Not like a field full of rental players. Sheer amount of paint....hmmm.

Tippmann has the age, and the A5 guys have been spraying paint for a long time.

It would be interesting to see the number of field days * number of rental markers for the different manufacturers.
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Tippmann fo' sho', before 98's became the go to rental, it was the prolite. Also the have a huge percentage of the outlaw market.
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It has to be either Tippmann (rentals) or Kingman (box stores and outlaw).
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I think its close a close tie with tippmann, but I voted BE because they used to pump out so many markers (good and bad) including the walmart stuff people played in their backyards. So on a technical level, i would say BE.
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AGD without question, because that's what I use and the rest of you combined are still playing catch-up. (kidding, but somebody had so say something asinine)

I'd have to think Tippmann easily takes the cake here.
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What about WGP because they are so old they started with so many more kills before others existed?
-Tippmann predates every name on that list, often by decades. As I recall, the original SL-68 came out in '86, which I think predates even the Sniper (or at least, the mass-produced Snipers anyway.)

It's possible Brass Eagle came out a little earlier than Tippmann, but I'm not sure- even if they did, though, Tippy had a clear edge in production even back then.

AGD didn't start making a gun until '90, Kingman until '95 and Smart Parts 'til '96. DYE didn't start making a marker 'til... what, the Matrix in '00 or '01? PE didn't start making a full marker 'til something like '02 or '03, and by that time, there were well over half a million Tippmanns out there.

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