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Old 11-20-2002, 07:27 AM #1
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Question Is the Sentinel TS any good?

Alright.I wanted to know if the Sentinel TS is any good.It looks to be a great gun but looks can be diseaving(sorry if I spelled that wrong.)I will probably order it with the fore-grip at pbgear.com.If any one has used or owned this gun please tell me how the gun performs.When I say perform I mean how far does it shoot compared to other guns,is it durable,is it easy to maintain.Thx
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Old 11-21-2002, 12:49 AM #2
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shoots straight..small profile..light weight..shoots fast

and built tougher than nails..i had to try real hard just to scratch mine
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Old 11-21-2002, 07:10 AM #3
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Does the gun have the range of a Cocker or Shocker.If it does or atleast the Sentinel is close, I'm gonna get it.
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Old 11-23-2002, 02:49 PM #4
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In my experience, my sentinel does shoot similar to cockers I've shot. They have really good consistency, even on Co2, so you can have you're velocity set closer to the field limit without going over thereby making it shoot farther than a similar gun that has poorer consistency and has to be set lower, if that's what you were curious about. Like plan9 said, the gun is built to last, beautiful ano, and has a real nice trigger for mechanical pull.

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