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Old 01-16-2011, 03:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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If your marker was a car...

I love cars, I love paintball, and I love analogies. So I present to you the following question:

If your paintball gun was a car which one would it be and why?
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Tippmann 98: Willys Jeep.
Got us all through a war or two.
There isn't much you can do to get it to stop running.
Forget to change the oil a couple times? No big deal it's rebuildable.

Tippmann a5/x7: Humvee
Just as reliable as the old one, some cool new features,
and dang if it isn't modular.

Pneumag: Classic Dodge Charger
Do you drive it every day? No.
It is gas efficient? Not particularly.
Does it have lots of cool features and electronics? Not a chance.
Does it look cool and go like heck? Absolutely!

BE Talon: Ford Pinto
You're not really sure why they ever put this on the market and you sure wouldn't want to drive it anywhere. Also, it will probably fall apart and you will end up dead.
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Old 01-16-2011, 03:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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cci phantom: Honda civic, lasts for ever, lots of parts available, and is simple.
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Old 01-16-2011, 05:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Superbolt Pump=Shelby Cobra kit car: A fake at heart, but one built in a garage with love.

Proto SLG Ultralight =TVR Cerbera: All the light weight and performance of a top-of-the-line machine with none of the cost... or reliability.

Spyder Shutter=Toyota Camry: Everyone has one or two of these in their backyard, and most of the time they're still working.
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cci phantom: Honda civic, lasts for ever, lots of parts available, and is simple.
Agree to disagree, 90s Toyota Hilux pickup. Watch the Top Gear dedicated to it. :P
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spyder amg: old mustang, classic muscle that can bark and bite
06 cyborg: lotus, obscure when i got it and way underrated
09 electra: honda civic, works and nothing fancy
delta 68's: mini coopers lol
mag: miata, engine is a fancy piece of engineering
nelspot 007: model t
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Old 01-16-2011, 05:49 PM   #7 (permalink)
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CCI Phantom...Hot Air Balloon. Not fast, not fancy, not sophisticated technology, not particularly efficient, but a ton of fun.
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"Classic" Automag 68

Well... It's more like a tank, something like an M1A2 or Leopard 2. You pretty much have to hit it with a sabot round to get it to stop working...
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Autococker: 1964.5-1969 Mustang. One of the most commonly seen "muscle" cars out there. Stock, they may not perform the best, with the exception of a few factory or third-party performance models. However, they have more aftermarket parts than many owners know what to do with, from internal upgrades, power plant upgrades, body upgrades, etc. They may not be the most reliable vehicle, but when you get them up and running, and just don't mess with them, they'll purr.
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