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240SX 02-04-2013 07:42 PM

MR5 or E-MR5...
 
Besides the difference in rate of fire what else sets these two markers apart? Is one a smoother shot than the other? Easier on paint? More accurate? I'm looking at picking up one or the other for a first strike rifle and to be honest I'd prefer the mech version of this marker as I'm trying to swear off batteries. The only thing that would sway me to the electro version is if it's a smoother shot.

hulk7280 02-05-2013 09:50 AM

I got an e-mr5 its pretty sweet. the only thing is on auto it seems to chop the paint pretty bad.. im going to mess around with my hopper setting to see if this is because of my hopper. on semi though it shoots great and is long range.

I wouldnt worry about the battery because its recharble.. which is a nice addition.

240SX 02-05-2013 11:47 AM

My thing is I'm only going to use it on Semi so if the mechanics of shooting are the same between both and they are of equally smooth shot then I'll pick up the mech version.

spydrmn22 02-05-2013 03:37 PM

Really the only difference I felt was the trigger pull between the 2 also the attachments that they come with. I have my EMR5 set up more like a MR5,no carrying handle or front sight and I use iron sights instead.


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