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|10-10-2017, 12:33 AM||#12 (permalink)|
the ramping kinda make's it hard to use or at lest get good with it. but you can turn it off and on. the apex 2 has less ramping so less of an angle i guess. its is help full to curve your shots around things. (keep in mind its kind of bad maner so people might think hey there that guy that cheat's) i own both but cant seem to get the apex 2 off of the deadly wind adapter.... also the apex 2 dos not fit all barrel's form what i heard.
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|12-01-2017, 09:49 AM||#13 (permalink)|
Bit of a necro post but the APEX is definitely a situational tool, I'm especially fond of Deadlywind's Fusion adapter and various barrel tips that allow for easy swapping.
For new players/users the APEX shines especially bright if you're using a hopper, as there is certainly a learning curve. Once you've used it for awhile, it is possible to use it with magfed/pump/limited paint setups.
The situations that the APEX shines in:
The second situation is the most fun you can have with an APEX, especially if the hard cover in question doesn't have a roof - dropshots are hilariously useful at fields like Capital Combat Zone (home of Zero Hour) where well over 80% of the structures do not have roofs. Also, dropshots are very effective against shield players
I am a firm believer in the idea that 90% of the accuracy of a paintball marker comes from the player behind the marker - practice and use any marker or setup long enough and you'll get better with it.
Pickup an APEX as an attachment and give it a try now and then - they can be a lot of fun.
It'll also make you feel like this :
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