Originally Posted by chopjr18
dont get a spool...back players should have the ability to lob shoots over doritos or into snakes. with a spool valve you have a flatter shot that kinda just loses velocity. a poppit gun you shot will drop but keep the velocity so it will have less bounces from a distance. I am a back player and i shoot a g6r. it is by far the best efficency on the market and i have noticed that i seem to shoot out more players in snacks, doritos and rollies. because of that drop.
I can hit my mirror, corner to corner, 4 times out of 5 within the first 20-30 shots I throw down the tape shooting a spoolie and I have not had a problem using one at all.
Familiarity with a marker is key to getting those essential g's and much of it is the actual impression of how a single tube marker looks as it shoots as compared to a stacked tube marker or vice versa.
Originally Posted by Pump Scout
Let's try to not turn this into a physics argument, please. Castro's got the biggest real-world impacter on how a shot flies with equal velocities.
'Sides, we all know Cockers and pumps shoot the flattest and farthest because of the closed-bolt gnomes.