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    #16
    Originally posted by Chappy View Post
    Either depending on the situation.
    ^^This. It really depends on what's going on at that moment.

    But now I can pow-click-click all the time 'cause I FINALLY got myself a barrel kit. I have a tendency to break rollout fingers for some reason & I'm too lazy for the nail polish thing.
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      #17
      Boom click click for sure. Barrel kit or phantom ring kit so I can avoid roll outs. (now I've got that 'rap'(?) song stuck in my head. "ROOOLLLL OUT!")

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        #18
        If you're a brass user, click clack bloop.

        I fall under click clack boom. Probably just because I use a sniper and have to cock before airing up anyway. Before the countdown I always click clack and have one in the chamber.

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          #19
          I play with a Sniper using DW barrel with freak inserts. I always bore-match my paint so no rollouts. So I keep one in the chamber ready for delivery. Assuming I remember to turn on the on/off...
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            #20
            Normally a boom click click but have done the opposite if I had to move suddenly or my situation changed for some reason.


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              #21
              Always one in the pipe. A non-condition1 marker isn't very useful on the field.
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                #22
                run around on an empty chamber, I can click,clack,bloop or click clack bang fast enough depending on what I'm shooting
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                  #23
                  bloop click-clack here

                  i tend to be pretty religious about sizing my paint, no roll-outs, and have one ready to go

                  its also just a more natural rythm for me

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                    #24
                    click clack bloop for me.

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                      #25
                      Bang cla-clack. I like to sneak up on people with one in the chamber.

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                        #26
                        One in the chamber. I try to keep the bore tight so even the wonky ones don't roll. Only keep the breech clear when heading back to, and while in, the staging area.

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                          #27
                          1 in the pipe unless the paint is smaller than my kit can accommodate.

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                            #28
                            Always one at the ready. I usually get my best shots getting into a new bunker.

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                              #29
                              I would like to add a new wrinkle to this. I am a click click boomer and I shoot a sniper. One good reason for this is that if I were to have one In the pipe and forget, I could double load by pumping again. From what I recall in Nelson based guns such as my tracer, you can't pump once the gun is cocked so boom click click is safer than in a stacked tube marker. It would be interesting to see what markers people are using as well as their pump order. I am going to edit my initial comment with my marker of choice and if you all feel so inclined, I think it would be neat to see if there is a correlation.

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                                #30
                                For me it depend of the situation and marker ...
                                For pump, 95% of the time i use a Sheridan, sot its click, clack bloop most of the time, except when rushing a position. Then i have one ready to shoot and if i dont shoot it, i make sure to keep the gun pointing up :P
                                I do have wedgeits and nail polish in most of my guns, paint size varies so much i still get a roll-out from time to time ...
                                when i still had a phantom, it was the other way around, shoot then pump (I love those barrel rings ...).

                                For bolt action (SSR) i always have one chambered in the gun ...
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