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Old 08-11-2008, 02:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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AT on SC pump?

Anyone use an AT on a SC pump? To me it seems a bit superfluous without a hopper. Any contradictory opinions?
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anyone use AT? seems sorta silly on a pump.. but just my opinion..

Lets see how fast I can shoot my pump!!! oh wait, I play pump to shoot slow.. what the hell?
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my nelspot. it is AT with SC.....but i rarely use it lol. rather pointless, however its the design of the trigger system
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Kinda pointless on a SC gun IMHO.

I do know that some people use it to "double tap" though.
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Double tapping is not a function of AT. It's a technique of chambering a ball, firing, pumping and firing again in like a millisecond. I've gotten pretty good at it.

Now... Phantoms are AT by default. But for it to be effective, you would need to have a spring feed, or shoot at the guys feet (rock forward)... but yes, I think AT with just 10 balls is silly. No need at all.
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Double tapping is not a function of AT. It's a technique of chambering a ball, firing, pumping and firing again in like a millisecond.
Using the AT, they keep the trigger pulled and just quickly pump after the first shot.
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Using the AT, they keep the trigger pulled and just quickly pump after the first shot.
Ah, yes... the easy way...
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Old 08-11-2008, 03:02 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Guns held high (navarone style) can be a devastating burst of fire power against a bunch. I only use this now against those that think a battery in a gun makes them superior.
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Using the AT, they keep the trigger pulled and just quickly pump after the first shot.
Out topic from AT on SC:
I wonder something, if you keep pressing the trigger and pump many time, does it will continue shooting?

And if we use those and don't hold the trigger down, it would be like a normal pump?

I considered it on project number 2.

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Guns held high (navarone style) can be a devastating burst of fire power against a bunch. I only use this now against those that think a battery in a gun makes them superior.
Sorry for such a newbish question but,,, where did "navarone style" come from and what is it exactly? Did a quick Google and came up with a older (maybe teh first pro team) US paintball team.
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