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Member Since 13 Sep 2011
Offline Last Active Dec 03 2012 08:19 PM

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In Topic: CCM EZ grip vs T grip

18 May 2012 - 12:26 PM

I like to rap my hands over the barrel when I hold the pump arm, so I prefer the EZ Pump Kit (I have small hands), but if I didn't do that all the time I would get the T-grip no doubt.

In Topic: NT11 Vs. Geo

18 May 2012 - 11:06 AM

I hate the geo personally, but I would buy one over an NT any day. The NT is just plain TOO unreliable for me to even consider one.

In Topic: What is the best ~$500 gun

18 May 2012 - 10:57 AM

get an etha, its the same as the axe without problems (axe has a shit noid)

Shot many an Etha. Some shot beautifully, some had more kick than an etek. Guns shouldn't be that varied out of the box. Beyond that I (personally) hate the plastic feedneck and rubber eye covers. I've seen those feednecks crack and the eyecovers just look bad IMO.

In Topic: Luxe 2.0 vs bob long G6R vs bob long victory

16 May 2012 - 04:49 PM

I don't know which owners you know, but mine shot almost identically.

Fun and all, but by almost I mean that there would be no perceivable difference if you were to watch me shoot with and without. I noticed a difference because it is my marker and I have spent hours adjusting it to my liking. The ONLY change was a slight addition in sound signature. Essentially it takes the luxe's shot and puts it on par with the GT, but gets the efficiency closer (I have no idea what the GT's efficiency numbers are), while still having the added features of the luxe. Before you go saying then get a GT, the ergos are stretched out, the reg is angled to allow better arc on shots, the feedneck has millings to hold the clamp in place, the board talks, the battery is rechargable, and about a million other minor things that make me love my luxe. Be nitpicky if you want, but I'll do a kick test of Luxe vs. Vice any day (hasn't been mentioned but I know about you and your vice fetish Posted Image )

In Topic: What is the best ~$500 gun

16 May 2012 - 04:35 PM

The only thing that keeps the up'd and redlined axe from being a true highend is the noid, and it's not even bad it's just not as high quality as that of higher priced markers. I would say that it's the best value you can find on mid-level markers. Just my 2 cents.