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The second question.

In Reply to: Re: Yes, which gun? posted by CoReY DeVaughn on June 30, 2003 at 11:20:10:


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Posted by:
K Keaty
on June 30, 2003 at 12:29:17

What's wrong with it? I understand the desire for shiny new stuff as much as anybody, but it begs the question about necessity. If you're doing well with what you have, why change? Is there some deficiency in the performance of your equipment that is holding you back? Like I said, shiny new stuff rocks, but I hate to see young players buying high dollar stuff they probably don't need.

That said, I love autocockers. I've had one since 1995, and might never shoot anything else. Though I don't have an electro trigger, I know how nice they are, too. The impulse has a great reputation and a bearable price, but cockers are easy to personalize. Either seems like a decent choice. So, if price matters, I'd probably stick to the impulse. Otherwise, at the risk of starting a very old, unwinnable debate, I say shoot a cocker.

Kevin

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