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Old 04-17-2010, 12:19 AM #43
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This whole accuracy debate has raged on since the days of automags and cockers. People claimed cockers were more accurate because they were closed bolt and bla bla bla. Then came shockers vs. angels. At the end of the day, a well setup tippman is going to be just as accurate as a DYE NT or Ego or Luxe or whatever out of the box.


Accuracy has to do strictly with paint/barrel match assuming your gun is chronoing consistently. Its not rocket science, really. Theres a reason why bad company could use spyders and be very competitve against teams in 10 man like dynasty, strange, etc. The guns themselves have perks and upgrades, and your high end markers will break down less, have more consistency in different weather conditions, etc. because its inherently built into them. Low end blow backs are fine for any level of play, but you're eventually going to want something that can shoot 30 BPS and be small, light, compact, and super efficient.
It's more like the difference between a Bic ballpoint pen and a Waterman.

Both of them work exactly the same and neither one actually effects what it is you write with them.

However, the more expensive pen might feel a little nicer in your hand and other people are going to notice what a fancy pen you have. For some people, that second part is very important.
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Old 04-18-2010, 10:31 PM #44
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High end markers are very intelligent. The boards inside most of them can probably do my math homework.
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