Originally Posted by Castro #66
Tell that to the folks shot out with my Trracer and First Strike rounds last month at Sherwood Paintball Field.
While largely ineffective, the right combination can make a sight worth using, particularly in a limited paint situation.
Be careful with those facepalms... you might hurt yourself.
I'll still stick with the original statment, sights on markers are pointless.
even more so when you see those who put pretty legit sights on markers,when in the world on a field during an actual game are you going to have time to adjust for windage and elevation and have it be spot on without players constantly moving and changing those factors? markers/barrels(sure they make a difference the better they are) themselves are only as close to 100% spot on as the paint they are shooting allows them. .
even the slightest imperfection in the paint would make any sight useless..
take a sight away and you still get the same accuracy as just looking down the barrel..its the players and paint..
normal sights,red dot sights,lasers on paintball markers are a joke.
although the marker above is daaaaaaaaaaaaaaamn near flawless (if it werent for the scope)and looks incredible (good job sir
) how can that even be close to adding accuracy to that marker, its pointing down.
and to the op.. sorry, was not trying to jack the thread..still an amazing looking marker.
despite the sight.lol..