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Old 01-30-2008, 03:07 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Funny, I just looked at that last night. Definitely HIGHLY informative. And I'm with ya, I'm loving the look of that Vendetta kit even though the CCM kit gets all the high marks.

Oh, and I secured the deal. I'll be picking up that 05 Pro Stock for just over a C-Note. Thanks for all your help people!
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Old 02-16-2008, 08:35 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I took posession of the marker today and took some snaps of the pneus. How much would these ones go for if I put 'em on a B/S/T here or a couple other reputable sites.




Any advice is greatly appreciated!
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Old 02-17-2008, 10:51 AM   #13 (permalink)
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You might be able to fetch $30 for the whole front block. Just my guess. I always figure that cocker retail is in the dump and thus never to get my hopes up. Usually stock parts aren't worth a darn because they are "stock". For the Dye 3-way, I don't think thats worth all that much either. Sorry if you were expecting more.
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Old 02-17-2008, 11:11 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Kinda like the A-5 of the pump world in my opinion.
can we reverse this?
"The A-5 is like the Sniper of the semi world?"

nice looking marker. should be a slick pump. I've moved to single trigger grips on all of my pumps - I like the feel better.
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Old 02-17-2008, 03:18 PM   #15 (permalink)
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You might be able to fetch $30 for the whole front block. Just my guess. I always figure that cocker retail is in the dump and thus never to get my hopes up. Usually stock parts aren't worth a darn because they are "stock". For the Dye 3-way, I don't think thats worth all that much either. Sorry if you were expecting more.
No worries. I think I'll just keep the pneus then...just in case I decide to sell the marker one day.

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can we reverse this?
"The A-5 is like the Sniper of the semi world?"

nice looking marker. should be a slick pump. I've moved to single trigger grips on all of my pumps - I like the feel better.
I was thinking that! I'll have to see how it feels with the double trigger. I think I'll have it half-blocked and anno'd olive or some woodland shade.

Thanks for the replies btw. That price is pretty much what the other sites I've posted the question on came up with.
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Old 02-17-2008, 07:02 PM   #16 (permalink)
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If you do decide to keep it around as a semi, or turn it back, know that the DYE switch is like a Bomb, in that it's "backwards". Just a heads-up.
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Personally I like the snipers. Of course I am a WGP whore LoL. But seriously speaking from my experience, As far as accuracy goes snipers are dead on unless you have a crappy barrel or you did something to mess it up. Its a smooth operating marker. I don't like the way the bolt action works in a nelson based marker. The ball drops lower then the breach and then you push it in.

The drawback is unless you want to dish out round $70 at least, you won't have an autotrigger which is something that it built in to nelson based markers. thats if you want an auto trigger any way.

Pros of sniper..
Field strippable, Smooth action, Still a lot of parts out there to modify and upgrade, easy to use as either low or high pressure, tough.

Cons,
No auto trigger, Bit of work to get it to stock class

Here is something you can do with a wgp sniper..

get your self an eframe, You could actually just get the universal T board from scenario dreams and put it in the stock grip. and then get an MQ2 valve from www.mqvalve.com and put that puppy in there.

You will have a pump with no kick at all, and better air consumption, and a super duper quiet shot.
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