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I have been playing for 1 year now and have petickually long range spyder sonix '06.:confused:
I recieved my MR1 a while ago but am not satisfied:mad: a took a long time to deside on what gun for sniping/light supresion fire.tell me what you think X7:ninja: A-5:ninja:,or 98 'custom :ninja:eek:r maybe something else tnx 4 ya reply.3ND:):)
 

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keep the spyder. tippmans are long heavy, fire no further accurately. Get the "long range" crap out of your head now before you blow money on trying to achieve it unsuccessfully.
 

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you can somewhat extend the range with the flatline barrels, but I've read that when you use the flatline barrels, there's a greater chance that the paintballs won't break because they're coming out of the barrel with a backspin.
 

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keep the spyder. tippmans are long heavy, fire no further accurately. Get the "long range" crap out of your head now before you blow money on trying to achieve it unsuccessfully.
I did not say i want to buy a long range gun,but my spydy is freakisgly hard hitting at 295 fps:smokin:smokin:smokin:smokin:smokin:smokin:smokin
 

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it is just unusually long range for a sonix
 

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wanna buy my 98? its yours for $160 with the goods.

just a suggestion haha

you wont be able to achieve long range accuracy much better than the next gun. I love my 98, but thats because im a bigger dude, and I can handle the weight and size manageably.
 
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