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Re: Tourney Gun

In Reply to: Tourney Gun posted by USp8ntball on May 22, 2003 at 15:26:52:


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Posted by:
Ed "Squeeky" Sulca
on August 13, 2003 at 00:17:16

: hey all. im about to join a team for and have a cocker 2000 w/ side feed. is that a good gun for tournaments cause its not that fast and very heavy. any1 recommend a better gun? i was thinkin maybe 2001 shocker

Well the shocker is a good choice but hard to find i have and i love it, but if ur a beginner get a Impulse there great and easily upgradable as u get more serious in tournaments. But keep ur cocker as a backup there also excellent guns.

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