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#1 hyoung41

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 11:14 PM

I'm considering buying a pump but first I want to know how the style of play is and if I'll like it. I think that I can probably hold a pump and probably shhot one at my field but I most likely won't be able to play a game with it. would it be close if I went out with my G4 in semi-auto without a pack and just one-balled for a game?

#2 paintballguy2255

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Posted 18 July 2013 - 01:20 AM

Long story short(I'm tired and don't want to type out a few paragraphs):

 

Pump greatly limits you in terms of firepower and ability to spay and pray.But it will make you think about your next move and will force you to do more work out there on the field,will make you a better player,and will save you some money on paint.A good idea to see if you like pump without spending any money is to take your semi setup,put 50-100 balls in your hopper,and play.Really,as long as you have good trigger control,you don't even need a pump marker,just the mentality.$5 50 round hopper +$5 for some 50 round pods+your current setup=A "pump".






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