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Old 10-16-2013, 06:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Playing Semi?

I feel kinda funny. I haven't really played with a semi since 2009(not counting 2 mags through a TiPX). And yet tomorrow I'm actually planning on spending 2/3 of my time playing semi. Part of me looks forward to the change, the other part feels like I'm selling my soul. One gun will be my old 2k Autococker with a slide trigger. That doesn't feel quite as bad since we all know that is just a sniper with a pneumatic kit on it. The other is a Zenith, I've had it for months but this will be its first trip out. It's a different world, I need batteries. At least one thing (excluding an act of God) is for sure, at the end of the day my Phantom will still be in perfect working order.
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I feel kinda funny. I haven't really played with a semi since 2009(not counting 2 mags through a TiPX). And yet tomorrow I'm actually planning on spending 2/3 of my time playing semi. Part of me looks forward to the change, the other part feels like I'm selling my soul. One gun will be my old 2k Autococker with a slide trigger. That doesn't feel quite as bad since we all know that is just a sniper with a pneumatic kit on it. The other is a Zenith, I've had it for months but this will be its first trip out. It's a different world, I need batteries. At least one thing (excluding an act of God) is for sure, at the end of the day my Phantom will still be in perfect working order.
mechanical semi-auto is fine, it's when you start getting into electros and shooting ropes of paint at 12.5 bps that you need to worry...
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Old 10-17-2013, 10:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Well it was amazing, my cocker worked perfectly the whole game(that may be a first) and the Azodin proved (downright broken)unfit to play with at the chronograph. Of coarse my Phantom never faltered (i just can't stand to leave it in the car, they are beautiful, but they demand to be played with). My cocker is mostly stock with a slider frame, nice slow rate of fire. I'll admit I enjoyed that, but I won't be putting my pumps away anytime soon. I think it will be nice in the woods in spring and fall with no leaves on the trees. Stock pump play gets ruff that time of year.
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