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No its a paintball marker not a browning 50 caliber machine gun. Its not like the recoil is going throw his shot off.
 

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uhh... no
 

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no its defintly not worth it to get a bi pod its ant a 50 cal sniper loli dount evan tink a 1 year old would thik there is much recoil on the gun geez i this guy a wus?
 

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swimman5 said:
no its defintly not worth it to get a bi pod its ant a 50 cal sniper loli dount evan tink a 1 year old would thik there is much recoil on the gun geez i this guy a wus?
No, it's defintly not worth it to get a bi-pod. It's not a 50 cal sniper rifle. I don't even think a one year old would think there is much recoil on a paintball gun. (Cannot type the last line over because I have no clue what he is trying to say.)


haha :rolleyes:
 

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No, it's defintly not worth it to get a bi-pod. It's not a 50 cal sniper rifle. I don't even think a one year old would think there is much recoil on a paintball gun. (Cannot type the last line over because I have no clue what he is trying to say.)


haha :rolleyes:
I think it goes - "Jeez, is this guy a wuss?"

...and to answer the question chances are he won't find much use for it if he doesn't build his game around it. If he is planning on scenario and woodsball, he can use a bipod to aid in prone firing positions. Still... I would skip it unless I was planning on making my 98C a paint machine so I could cover my squad. If he isn't going to build the marker up to do such a thing he shiuld save his money on the bipod.
 

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The bipod - hell no
BT barrel - yes, if he wants a cool looking gun and wants an acurate barrel(if he gets it he needs a stock so it will look right)
 
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