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  • tippmann 98

    Votes: 81 54.4%
  • ats 85

    Votes: 4 2.7%
  • Nightmare/pistol

    Votes: 3 2.0%
  • Phantom

    Votes: 18 12.1%
  • Automag

    Votes: 43 28.9%

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Pretty much of these which do you like the most. or think is the coolest woodsball gun. Im thinking I would like to have a gun for scenario use only give me a reason to keep reading up on stuff.
Right now I have a be nightmare BUT the police have it. this would of course be saying if I got that back in the first place.

m98 with flatline pretty much there little sniper kit. Would also get it so that its constant any way I can find out how. Would get a q loader with it and make it look like an m203 on the bottom.

at 85 tactical. Probably the coolest woods guns out. ATS is from minnesota and in one scenario I played the owner was there was a bunch of his players decked out with amazing looking mil sim guns. There are clips on it which is a huge coolness plus and they can be set up with a revy for speed as well. Some scenarios allow for full auto and this gun would be sweet with it. If you haven't seen one its like an armotech on steriods...shoots good and looks even better.

Hold the nightmare. Make it look like a tactical shot gun. The works would be alot cheaper. Would probably end up getting a pistol or something to go with it. Would repaint add really cool looking sling and probably a lazer sight just for cool ness factor. Haven't been able to find a constant adapter so would need to do some looking.

phantom. could just get a stock phantom and make it sing accuracy style. Then go for style points with punishers help. If you haven't noticed from my guns in the past I like to be the only person with my gun. I know alot about phantoms and have owned a few so it would be good times.

vote and I will make up my mind whether Ill do it or not.
 

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:rolleyes: mags are cool thats a fact but I don't think I want one for woodsing. Id rather have something I can make really amazing looking.
 

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show me a classic mag that is really cool scenario style.

phantoms are hot...I know this much....but I might want a semi. Just cause im lazy and don't wanna get good. the ats is by far the coolest BUT also most expensive. Tippmann would be a cheap one but everyone and there left nut has a tippmann. The nightmare is kinda a pain its stockclass and the 12 gram changer is a totall biotch. Its like 5 or 6 full turns to get it out and gets maybe 20 shots of a 12. would look cool. What would be the coolest is to have the nightmare and pistol totally maxed out in cool kid points with flashlights lazer pointers and a holster for the pistol and sling on the nightmare and then have a ats 85 for main gun. That way you have the 12 gauge pump aka nightmare for close quarters the pistol as last ditch and the machine gun. Its amazing cool and would be tons of fun for scenario play.
 

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i think the tippmann is the coolest woodsball gun but you are right every one does have them, but add a paint job, and a whole bunch of other upgrades and it would look pretty nice
 

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a5 doesn't win hands down. A5 is a waste of money I would rather get a 98 and be able to do what ever I want with it. You can customize them so much more because there is nothing to them.

i would much rather have the clip fed ats85 than a tippmann
 

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A 98 is so much better than a A-5. An A-5 is pretty much a 98 with a revvi for way too much money.

I still say get a mag. Have you looked at a TAC-1 mag?
 

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show me this tac1 I remember hearing about it but am impatent. I wouldn't get a a5 and I wouldn't trust someone just because they have owned it.
 
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