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Old 12-15-2001, 12:16 PM #22
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hey this might not be right but if u have a pre 99 cocker the low pressure chamber would help u opbain ur noraml distance in rapid fire but it will not change ur range. the low pressure chamber will in crease the vol of air the vaule can pull from so during rapid fire u may not get as bad drop off. hope this helps.
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Old 12-15-2001, 05:23 PM #23
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if u use a 16 inch barrel, it will go farther than the others. 2in more then a 14in, 4in more than a 12in and 6in more than a 10 incher. but those 6in use more gas, so u have less effeciency.

get a 10incher and hold it at 32*
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Old 12-15-2001, 11:26 PM #24
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Well i think if you wanted the most range, you would have to do one thing, and you could use a talon if you wanted, nor would the angle matter. Play paintball in a perfect vaccum.......
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Real wise there champ, the paintball would go, but so would you. Reconsider that briliant plan...
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Obviously that was a joke, get a sense of Humor,SleepyKid35.
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45 degrees gets you most distance in a vacuum. Throw in air resistance and it will change drastically. It would need to be somewhere below 45 degrees.
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Old 12-16-2001, 08:28 PM #28
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Right, its 32 degrees, like i said before
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Wouldn't that be 32 degrees at sea level? Air resistance is less at higher altitudes, so the angle would be higher than 32 (though perhaps so marginally higher that it rounds to 32). 32 works for our purposes, though, as the differences between the altitudes most of us play at should have a negligible effect on the ball.
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so is that how 32* got their name??
If it is, then I am a dump arse. This whole time i tought it had something to do with the freezing point of water.
lol.
there is the newbie still trying to show itself.
Actually I think it has to do with both, or maybe just the freezing point of water, because their #1 slogan is "As Cool As Ice".
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Old 12-16-2001, 10:00 PM #31
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Here is the Solution

In order to get more range from your cocker. USE YOUR FEET TO MOVE YOUR ARSS FORWARD. STOP BEING A ***** AND STAYING BACK.
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Thanks

Thanks for all the replys. I was just curious, and i think this thread has turned into a more accuracy discussion than range. Wlell, thanks anyway...
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In order to get more range from your cocker. USE YOUR FEET TO MOVE YOUR ARSS FORWARD. STOP BEING A ***** AND STAYING BACK.
Haha! My thoughts exactly. If your target is too far, it means you should move.
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Old 12-16-2001, 11:58 PM #34
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Yes, if can't reach them, you need to move up. But, if you COULD make a gun shoot farther, by use of faeries, it would be a benefit to some, because you could shoot more of a straight line (sometimes those spider-web things on hyperball fields are in the way of the perfect shot). Remember all those who say that back is for wusses, if there are no back players, you will get your butt handed to you, probably right off the break.
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Old 12-17-2001, 02:59 AM #35
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This is true back players decide the outcome of the game usually. But back doesn't mean against the back tape back. Since advancing still is the key of winning.
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