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gun upgrade question


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Posted by:
bunker_boy_2433
on July 06, 2003 at 23:12:18

i own a auto cocker and looking to start playing in tournements i am even putting some expensive upgrades on it but i just dont believe that it would cut it on a tourny field because i got to use a shocker the other day and i cold tell a total difference the gun shot better and just flat out threw the paint, so before i continue with the extras on my gun i want to know if i should just sale it and upgrade to a high priced electronic gun or keep putting stuff on it and turn it and see if it would hold its own on a tourny playing field

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