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    #16
    The gamma core, PE tested it for 125,000 round, lubed it and kept doing it until it hit 500,000 rounds. Video of madman, freezing the gamma core and lubing it with peanut butter and it still shot.. No eyes, tough body, can shot any paint, gamma core...what is not to like.

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      #17
      Got the Fang trigger for my Emek, and it made a huge difference. With the stock trigger I could use the PAL loader without overshooting it. Now there's no way I can use the PAL loader reliably with the upgraded ROF the Fang affords me. The Emek being a mech gun and as I play exclusively woodsball, I don't need to shoot long ropes but I like to be able to fire a quick burst when needed. The Fang trigger allows me to do just that.

      I've ordered a DW hAir 45 valve. Can't wait to see the end result coupled with the Fang.
      Playing the game since 1990

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      • Chuck E Ducky

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        It’s Ruthless. I got one from the first run adjustable trigger and DW valve they rip!

      #18
      You say that you reccomend a mag for shot quality. Everyone seems to think the Emeks shoot pretty nice, what don't you like? I have not shot either, and I like mags but their efficiency and weight kinda erode their value proposition, plus I can outshoot a stock automag on a stock tippmann 98 when it comes to ROF.

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        #19
        Originally posted by Cunha View Post
        You say that you reccomend a mag for shot quality. Everyone seems to think the Emeks shoot pretty nice, what don't you like? I have not shot either, and I like mags but their efficiency and weight kinda erode their value proposition, plus I can outshoot a stock automag on a stock tippmann 98 when it comes to ROF.
        Mostly the trigger on the mag I like. The break is crisp and the reset is positive. It reminds me of the target rifle I used to shoot. I also like that there are fewer orings in the mag, so it's easier to troubleshoot.

        Weight and efficiency aren't of much concern to me, and really if you don't play tournaments or scenario games often it probably isn't the biggest deal. Both are on par with a Tippmann which I would call the 'average' paintball gun at this point.

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