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Old 01-21-2010, 06:29 PM #1
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accuracy

honestly how accurate are this things

like if i aim down the sites at 15-20 yards am i going to kit the target right where i aimed

plz no stupid comments
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Old 01-22-2010, 12:24 AM #2
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honestly how accurate are this things

like if i aim down the sites at 15-20 yards am i going to kit the target right where i aimed

plz no stupid comments
If you don't want stupid comments , then try to avoid stupid posts.
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However, to answer your question, 90% of accuracy is the quality of the paintballs you are using. A good ball flies true.
The KT balls are of a decent quality and will fly and break well if they are fresh.
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Old 01-22-2010, 05:49 AM #3
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At 60' these are very accurate...so long as you keep your gun and mags clean and dry. At 3:05 in this vid I shoot some pop cans @ 60'.
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Old 01-22-2010, 11:36 PM #4
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Here's a short excerpt with my view of accuracy from a review I composed in my tech section on the Eraser and Chaser:

.........Now for the good stuff.....I'm very impressed with the accuracy of these true to life pistols. I had no moving targets but had an abundance of muppet tree's to mow so the barky muppet mowing ensued. I'm not much an advocate of taking the valuable time of first looking down the barrel or sight before I shoot. I'm to the point to where I can simply aim in that direction and hit my target. Well I must say hitting these trees at 25 yards even far as 50 yards was very simple and hitting these stationary targets 95% of the time as well. The Kingman paint breaks very easily and it has a fairly thick day-glo orangish red fill. I have heard some people complain about the small calibre 11mm paint. They have got to be kidding or have never actually shot this small paint. It really flies straight and well. I'll add this as well, if the barrel has broken paint in it, not even a $1500 marker is going to be accurate. So to sum the accuracy portion of this field testing submittal, two thumbs up for the Eraser!
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Old 03-17-2010, 08:57 PM #5
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I think this would be considered a stupid comment...
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