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Thread: my primary gun for 2014 will be:

  1. #1
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    my primary gun for 2014 will be:



    azodin Koas with Zero system
    torpedo reg
    CP feedneck
    lurker barrel
    revvy

    why?

    simple is best.
    loose cars and fast women

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    I'm noticing all your tech pb stickers.... are you horde or empire this time?


    never shot one of those but ive heard good things

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    empire

    also i did some trick stuff to the bolt on this guy, should make it really nice on paint. think cure bolt.

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    GUYS!!!!!!! HE'S PLAYING FOR EMPIRE!!!!! GET HIM!!!!!!

    what mods did you do?

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    Booooooo. Now I can't finish your old gun videos until after LL7 Damnit

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag View Post
    GUYS!!!!!!! HE'S PLAYING FOR EMPIRE!!!!! GET HIM!!!!!!

    what mods did you do?
    obligations, you know how these things go. maybe like last year, i'll get to play for both teams, that was pretty fun.

    lengthened the the bolt with a soft tip (o ring) to reduce roll back, and a ramp to reduce stack clipping.

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    who cares? there are times i love my Emag, or classic, or i want to use my ZR1 or my B2Ks just feel right. but again, who cares what you are using for the year?

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    Saw this topic over on TechPB and agreed for the most part. Reminded me that I had my most successful day last year renting a 98 Custom (which is what I started with). I had a friend who was lethal with a pro-carbine "upgrade" to a shoebox Shocker (10+ years ago) and it threw his whole game off. Within the confines of the rules, the performance differences among markers (electros in particular) is far enough down the "what adds up to success" ladder as to be negligible. It's far more important to have a good feel for and trust in your marker than for the marker to be a $1000+ space gun.

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