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|12-22-2009, 07:57 PM||#21 (permalink)|
A Suffusion of Yellow
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: Littlerock, CA
The familiarity you have with your gun is what makes it reliable and accurate. When you know what you can and can't do with it is when you build it to suit your playing style.
I used a mech Spyder the first 4 years I played. Rate of fire and accuracy mean about as much to me as what the sand on the moon tastes like. I still squeezed out a verified 9 shots per second from it, though. The mech mag I use now only has an 8 1/2-inch barrel, but I've used it for another 4 years and I know where I'm going to hit when I shoot.
Build your technique, then build your gun, and don't limit yourself to one style of playing. Good luck!
The beauty of the Automag is that when you get it set up just how you want it, you discover that you have enough leftover parts to build 2 loaners.
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