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|02-11-2014, 11:13 PM||#41 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Beaver Falls PA (outside Pittsburgh)
I agree that shooting people with that would be terrible and unsportsmanlike like, but in the back yard or at the chrono station one time it would be cool as hell.
I think that was the reason for making it not to light people up full auto but just because he could. Its the same reason I made the Pneumatic Assist pump kit. I'll be the first to admit its 100% cheating when playing a strictly pump game but on open days when your just out there to have fun, oh is it fun.
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|02-12-2014, 04:51 PM||#42 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2011
I'm quite practical regarding my FSR use. I value the ability to gog an opponent through the crack between a pair of barrels at 75 feet on the first try. Others might prefer to dump a dozen or more balls downrange to secure the elimination. That I can make the shot with a pistol won't surprise anyone who's spent some quality time with their pistol at the range.
I don't waste FSR on near targets in fact the field rule precluded such. Pistol≠close when your playing pistol main, especially at an urban field.
I can see why a DAM user might want this high cap magazine, unless of course he were playing sniper. That drum seems to extend too far for a bipod.
Full auto is a separate problem as Hooligan can testify. His full auto FSR experience took place without this nifty homebrew magazine.
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