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  • Ricochet Apache

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get the Egg because it can easily keep up with your gun
 

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iv used ricochets,i like evo's n halo's
 

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P4IN7 B4LLS said:
it feeds 20+....
its pretty fugly though, but yeah it is faster than a stock EggII.
Personally I love my EggII w/zboard, wouldnt trade it for anything.
 

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i think ricos are ugly with they "nose" with gets "less" hopper hits, i love my egg, adn i dont get many hopper hits, the only thing i would get instead would be a halo, but i didnt feel like pushing out the cash for it, it will keep up with u anyway
 

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i think im goin w/ the evo. II
and then im gonna get nitro like during the winter
and then in a year or two ill get an e-grip

its all planned out
 

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if its only for your 98 you may as well get the empire reloader and save money, it will easily keep up with your gun
 

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ya thats wut i meant

also i take back what i said, i do not want nitro nemore, long story short i talked to my dad who works in a chemical company and he says that nitro wont make a SIGNIFICANT difference
 

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yeah but he would know the effects of nitro.
 

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it doesnt matter what the effects of it are. and when reffering to nitro, youre also talking about compressed air.

co2 is a liquid in the tank and turns into a gas as it enters the gun. but its a crappy substance and a lot of liquid gets into the gun, which then causes problems. an expansion chamber will fix this somewhat. but also, co2 is a very inconsistent substance and you will have inconsistent shots. your velocity will have big gaps. besides that, weather affects it. if its cold, the co2 will freeze and cause your gun to freeze up and shoot low. if its too hot, the co2 will get "hot" and make you have huge velocity spikes which is unsafe.

compressed air/nitrogen has none of these problems
 

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Discussion Starter #20
is it true that the liquid does not change to gas fast enough

some1 said that and i was just thinking that that reaction would be instantanious, right?
 
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