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Sitting behind a bunker just spraying paint is lame, boring and not challenging. I don't even get the same adrenaline rush I used to. So I decided I am going to sell alot of my stuff(Keep my Vikin because I still am on a team) and go pump. Pumping not only saves money and increases your ball size, but it's badass and challenging. Youa ctually ball when you pump it.

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Phantom13 said:
Sitting behind a bunker just spraying paint is lame, boring and not challenging. I don't even get the same adrenaline rush I used to. So I decided I am going to sell alot of my stuff(Keep my Vikin because I still am on a team) and go pump. Pumping not only saves money and increases your ball size, but it's badass and challenging. Youa ctually ball when you pump it.

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It's been done before. Have fun.

Brandon
 

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Hey I'm goin pump too. Buying a used sniper 2, but keeping the defiant.
 

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Stock class actually does sound pretty fun.
I think I might just try it!
 

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Yeayaaw! Good luck to ya. If I had a million bucks. I'd get a Karni, and then a phantom, in that order. Phantoms are so 1337.
That's what I hear, but I want to try it before I buy it
 

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ya i want to try it but no one at my field plays stock class so i would have a phantom going against DM4s and Angels and **** like that
 

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Don't get me wrong, electrics can be fun, but they are boring. Sure you can make moves with them, but most of it is walking.

Plus, braggin rights for nailing a guy with a DM4
 

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what is a good price for a used Phantom? or other fairly good, cheap stock class guns
 
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