VERY good point! I never thought of it like that. Still a little scared of spending 300$ on a gun without shooting it. I'll need to do that before I buy it.I've owned about 10 different electros (Egos, Geos, DM's, G6R's, etc) and I only shoot semi auto. You're not paying for the rate of fire (which you can achieve from a $150 Spyder,) but for the quality of the marker itself
Thank you for the relies! I'm glad to see I'm not alone. But I do agree on the point some posters brought out that I should try it, which I plan to do. But I don't see myself playing Speedball with a Kaos. It's gonna be a bad time. I know Mike did it, but I'm no where like Mike.(Yet)At the field I go to, they rent out Etha, lol. So they allow ramping I'm assuming. I'm thinking about getting an Etha, but probably just use Semi on the weekends. But is a 300$ maker worth just shooting Semi on weekend and play speedball once in a blue moon? I feel it'll be a waste of money.
Using a ramping gun when only playing weekends, is that a dick move? or just using ramping when someone else is?
most fields are semi only anyway
^ Is probably what I'll end up doing.
I am a huge fan and proponent of woodsball. I think it's a great way to spend a weekend, it gets the creative juices flowing when forming an attack and its fun to socialize with some of the newer players that show up and helping them out.
I can understand why Speedball might seem repetitive, but I often play it as a way to close out my day/shoot up whatever paint I have left if I have enough. It also allows me to socialize with some more experienced players, and learn some skills you really can't pick up on the woodsball field.
It's not for everybody, but you should givei t a chance now and then, you might find something you like about it.