Buy a 50rnd hopper and glue a dye locklid to it. Shop for 13 or 17ci tank. See if you can find a local pump group.
Read up on timing the autotrigger and sweetspotting the reg, but don't mess with it until you have to.
I don't have any snap shooting advice other than just practice. I'm still much better going right than left... not that my right is so great.. lol
Congrats on the gun!
I was thinking of going that route but I have that sportshot and think I may stay with that for a bit and then see how I do,
I was looking at videos and there's this guy that shows the ins and outs of the T2, just need to make a reg setup to read the psi of the reg as I heard they set it at 350
That's the only reason why I want to get into pump, to start practicing with my left because with a semi it's just 2 easy to spam and not really fix issues
not that my right is so great.. lol
Just remember, girls like a guy who's good with both hands. ;-)
My advice would be to go with a smaller tank, you won't need a 68/45 with a pump and a small hopper. It's just a lot of extra weight you're carrying around. One of the nice things I liked when I used a pump was that I could use a much, much smaller tank, and usually played hopper ball with my Rotor, since I didn't have a smaller hopper at the time.
Ya i'm looking into getting a 45/45 possibly but just dropped a lot on this marker so need to save up again. How did you like the Rotor set up? I was thinking of maybe going the revvy/pinokio speed route but no one on my field runs that set up