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    Posted: 04 August 2004 at 10:18am
On the tippmann 98custom there is a plastic handle.
Tippmann should like a foldable bypod on it and it can fold outof the handle
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but keep in mind that would raise prices, and not all of us plays woods, personally i think it would be better is it electric stock,,,
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I think it would be a bad idea.. bi pods dont even work they just add weight and make it harder to move up.
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Placing a bipod on the foregrip of a 98c is a horrible idea....

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Originally posted by spydero99 spydero99 wrote:

but keep in mind that would raise prices, and not all of us plays woods, personally i think it would be better is it electric stock,,,

are you posting drunk again?
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It depends on the person, really.  Bipods may be good to someone, yet might not for another.  For instance, I would rather have them on a '98c because I do alot of in-woods play, and defence(in assault&defend matches) but since I don't have a '98, or a Tippman for that fact I am reduced to heavy suppression. 

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But if you really want bipods, just get the BT-16 barrel system, then you can get bipods that fit the barrel system. Nice chunk'a cash though.
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Originally posted by The Guy The Guy wrote:

Originally posted by spydero99 spydero99 wrote:

but keep in mind that would raise prices, and not all of us plays woods, personally i think it would be better is it electric stock,,,

are you posting drunk again?

WHAT? i am not of drinking age

erm, eh, well, ok, your right, i am sorry Enos, i dont know what i ever did, but you have jurasdiction over the forum, so, i am sorry for all i have done to offen you Enos

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I was also wondering about the Pro/Carbine.  Can you interchange barrels for it?
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^^I think you can. I don't know a whole lot about it though. As for the bi-pod, i think it is a bad idea. They really only help for long range. Even if you did, you would be carrying alot of extra weight.
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Its a ok idea.some people dont like using bi-pods so .... Plus it probally would be expensive.
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you cant realy shoot accuratly enough to put the sights right where you want to hit on a paintball gun. but it would help or just get in the way.
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