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Old 10-08-2017, 05:49 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Hmm interesting. Well thats really good to know. That helps with my choice

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Old 10-10-2017, 12:33 AM   #12 (permalink)
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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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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:
  1. Granting a little more distance when playing with other roundball users
  2. Any field with lots of hard cover (urban style fields)

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.

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