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    Personally I only maintain my tournament markers routinely to ensure maximum performance when I'm playing tournaments. My recreational marker I barely maintain at all. only when it's being finic...

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    The Techpb Gun Club

    Corrupted355 - Yesterday, 09:35 PM

    Because that's the nature of things. Name one thing that hasn't gotten more precise in the last 100 years. The more precise the machine, the better. Tighter tolerances mean that it theoretically is...

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    The Techpb Gun Club

    ChloricName - Yesterday, 08:56 PM

    The first 1911 I want to get is one used in WWII. I've always preferred the original style of 1911, as opposed to all the funny looking ones that people make today. The old school 1911s were all lo...

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    The Techpb Gun Club

    ChloricName - Yesterday, 08:54 PM

    This? is that a safety, on a glock :dodgy:   more like this, minus the threaded barrel.   and no, that's the slide catch. Glocks don't have a manual safety.Not sure if I dig it or...

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    Girls Grinding Gears

    ChloricName - Yesterday, 08:52 PM

    What the hell is tb12? The Tom Brady thing?

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    Yeah I'd go for a used. I am leaning more towards a speedball marker, but I want to find one that performs well but can be easily maintained. I would prefer that I don't have to strip it apart eve...

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    Is it more of a spoolie or a poppet tho? Efficient?

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    Hpa question?

    ChloricName - Yesterday, 08:46 PM

    Yeah, it is imo. Sooooo heavy though.

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