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|08-03-2017, 01:03 PM||#2 (permalink)|
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adding more stuff to your gun is personal and i wouldn't add anything if you are just starting out; added weight is just that...
if you want the airsoft look or you just like that stuff on that link, get a "remote line" and a good "tactical vest" to carry your pods and your tank on your back.
getting the tank off your gun (remote line) is a good first step if you want to go in that direction.
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|08-03-2017, 01:32 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2013
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Parts like those typically fall into the mag fed category of paintball. Markers in this class tend to be more mil sim than traditional paintball markers. Also, unless you're looking at shooting First Strike rounds (shaped projectiles), sights and scopes will do little to help you. If you're shooting traditional round paintballs, add-ons like these really serve more of an aesthetic purpose than a practical one. So, if you want your marker to look cool, that's fine. Just know that it's more form over function.
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