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|03-14-2014, 12:56 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Calling all tiny/small players...
I'm trying to find an ideal setup for my wife but its just not working. She's 5' and 100lbs with what seems to be short arms Lol. She has an issue with the weight, length of markers and of course she can't aim them properly.
So without blowing away more money what do you guys do to offset the size/weight of markers?
For example she can't shoulder my aura with a 48ci nor an extcy with 48ci
|03-14-2014, 01:25 AM||#6 (permalink)|
Man With No Pants
Let her use your phantom, just micro it for her.
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|03-14-2014, 01:36 AM||#8 (permalink)|
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is the 48 a aluminum or fiber tank? Good bit of difference in weight.
Enemy is good light marker. Maybe get a 13cu tank if you have all day air or a antisiphon 12 oz. I have a modded 9v evolution that holds a 100 round and run 45/45 tank on it. Pretty lightweight. Maybe a short drop forward for her short arms.
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|03-14-2014, 01:47 AM||#10 (permalink)|
She can shoot the phantom fine butters.....just can't hit anything with it. I do think I have an angled ASA laying around. the 48 is steel
I would love to drop 120 on a peanut however that's to much right now.
I also have a remote but that leads into other problems like packs are not meant for that small of waist Lol.
Thanks for the ideas. Its to bad I can't put a drop on the aura...easily one of the smallest markers out there
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