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Old 01-02-2018, 05:36 PM   #11 (permalink)
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i played low impact this fall and had an absolute blast playing with the kids. It was 43 cal i think. the balls were very tiny.
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i played low impact this fall and had an absolute blast playing with the kids. It was 43 cal i think. the balls were very tiny.
I didn't realize they still had those. Those things are teeny.
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Cool, I'll have to try out that field sometime this winter.

Were you just using a gravity hopper? How well does that feed?
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The chaser and eraser are 43 cal. I personally have 4 of them. Figure would be fun for just pistol days on my field.
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Cool, I'll have to try out that field sometime this winter.

Were you just using a gravity hopper? How well does that feed?
Yup, standard hopper, no issues.

You'd be hard pressed to out shoot a hopper with an FT-50.

Here's their standard setup.

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Overall it was a lot of fun, and the wife said she kind of preferred it over the woodsball she played once this fall. (her first time)

She was defiantly getting more confident and playing very aggressive.
One of the first things I noticed when we started running .50 cal games was that players that were apprehensive (mostly the younger and female players) got involved in the games much more quickly than they would playing .68 cal. There is very little cowering behind the back bunker afraid to move type thing going on.

We've been running .50 cal at our field for about 3 years now and it's more popular with renters than our .68 cal.
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