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Old 02-06-2012, 01:07 PM #64
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I normally shoot an EGO8 or a Macdev Clone; the weight is spread out further. On the GI50 however, the entire weight of the marker is further back. Not to mention, the barrel reminds me of the stainless steel freak backs. It's a tight package, it's just heavy/slightly bulky for someone who is use to being a frontman playing speedball.

oh, and there's nothing ironic with that statement. It may be funny, but it's not ironic. Irony would be me complaining about the weight, and then shooting a shoebox shocker with a scuba-tank.
But your comparing a tactical marker to speedball marker. GI has 3 markers available like your used to shooting. The GI50 is basically the same as a GOG G1
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Old 02-06-2012, 03:25 PM #65
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Correct. most regular players (even woodsball players) are shooting egos/eteks/mid to high end spoolies. That's not to say I don't see an A5 every day, it's just that these markers are becoming mainstreamed.

For the price, that's what I could afford. Most people aren't going to drop $600+ on the nano or impulse until they know that .50 is a stable platform.



to add, I also had an SP1. While the weight distribution of the marker itself was similar, the barrel was longer, although the same weight which made it balance better when fully-loaded. The GI50 barrel is LITERALLY a brick in and among itself. I really do think that the barrel could be made lighter, in turn making the gun less front-heavy.
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