- - Best low-cost pump??
|XcharlieMANSON ||06-08-2007 09:57 PM |
Best low-cost pump??
What is the best low cost pump? Im not looking to get into pump seriously becuase i play d3/4 Xball. Im only looking to spend like $50-80 on it. Im thinking like an old kingman hammer but i dont know much about low cost pumps. But i dont want a plastic BE or anything
|Uranus ||06-08-2007 10:07 PM |
Trracer or Maverick
|russc ||06-08-2007 10:16 PM |
Pff, screw the Trracer and Maverick. Wait until a cheap SL-68 II shows up. No upgrades necessary, tough as nails. Nothing will put a new pump player off like a backbottle when you're used to bottomline.
|XcharlieMANSON ||06-08-2007 10:18 PM |
what is the differnce between the hammer and hammer II?
whats the differnce between the sl68 and sl68 II?
|Hobbes ||06-08-2007 10:22 PM |
Just get the SL-68 II, trust us :D
|russc ||06-08-2007 10:27 PM |
The SL-II has a built in bottomline and a composite pump.
|XcharlieMANSON ||06-08-2007 10:27 PM |
what about the c3? I want to get an Illusion so i can get an AM marker back but i dont want to spend that much on a gun im not gonna use a ton. How much does a stock Illusion go these days? without the sc feed.
|russc ||06-08-2007 10:37 PM |
I wouldn't recommend a c3 as an only pump gun. I don't think it'll give the same experience - especially since it still requires bloody batteries.
|Deus Machina ||06-09-2007 12:59 AM |
And, y'know, propane. Heard there's been some problems with fields not allowing them.
|Rap4paintball ||06-09-2007 01:24 AM |
I have some Sl's. We can meet up at Intense some time and you can try one out.
SL-68 I: back bottle, pain to adjust velocity (vel. adj. screw inside gun on the hammer)
SL-68 II: airthrough grip/bottom line (almost same as a tippmann prolite), adjusting velocity is simple (screw in the side of the bolt).
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