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Stock play teaches the importance of movement into position since your rate of fire is very limited. You have to make your shots count. With this in mind, they become excellent movers and crawlers, so their movement skills are second to none, as well as their accuraccy. Now if you take those movement skills and you combine them with the rate of fire of a semi than you have one hell of a paintball player.
Stock guns are by no means a thing to laugh at at the field. One of the guys that i heard about had moved from the islands,and went to play at a field somewhere on the mainland where even pump class was unheard of. He strolled out onto the field with his stock class paintgun, and most of the people on the field laughed at the fact that he had the guts to go out there with just a pump, much less a stock class pump. Well, much to their surprise, many of those people found themselves on the recieving end of that stock gun and soon found themselves walking off the field in bewilderment. When asked again about his experience as a paintball player, the guy with the stock gun replied," Where I come from, I'm just an average player." The point i'm trying to make is that pumps, and stock class guns are no joke. They're a great addition to any players arsenal. It'll help your playing skills if you're already an experienced player, and will help you build a solid foundation to build on if you're a new player. If you're on the field, and someone walks out there with a nelspot 007, don't laugh. You may just find yourself eating your own words even though you spent a bizillion dollars on your gun and you can shoot a bizillion shots a second.
By the way, In case you were wondering, I myself play with an
autococker that can probably shoot a bizillion times a second, but right
now, I'm planning on busting out my old nelspot 007 that I had carter machine
breathe new life into, and working on my stock class game. I think it will
be a very beneficial experience for my game.=)
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