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    Posted: 07 September 2005 at 10:40pm
i was wondering if any one knows and good guns made for accuracy or are really good with accuracy i alreayd have a a-5
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Accuracy is mainly due to paint-barrel match and the quality of the barrel.
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^^^Right. Just get a good barrel and your accuracy will be as good as any other gun. I see that you already have the Freak Jr. so just match up the paint to that or get the rest of the inserts so you can use any paint and you're accuracy should be awesome.

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pumps tend to be more accurate as long as you don't shoot too fast
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Tippmann 98 custom with flatline barrel and remote line
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I agree, find a good paint to barrel match. Also practice and get to know your gun. Sharp shooters spent hours at shooting ranges. I have seen some low end guns be very very accurate with the right guy pulling the trigger. Many of us do not want to take the time or money to test different paint and practice and get to know your gun. Remember practice makes perfect.
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shoot good paint, and shoot alot of it.

There is no shortcut to accuracy with a paintball marker.  Round projectiles can only be so accurate.

Follow the advice here.  Find a barrel or kit, and then spend the time to match paint.

But the main thing is, practice with the set up you have, and don't change anything.  Practice, Practice, Practice!

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Use the correct insert to fit your paint. That's the biggest thing right there. Also, use high quality paint. Believe it or not, the quality of paint you use has a huge impact. I've shot some cheap paint through my teardrop, and you could see the seams were sticking out, and kinda lopsided. That paint went everywhere. Then I switched to some evil a friend of mine was using. It was a world of difference.
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Sniper 68:

Wrong, the pumps are just as accurate as other guns: they all use the same priciples of projectiles and gravity. The only difference is that guys with pumps tend to use a technique called "Aiming," and it usually works.

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this is true. semi's tend to be more accurate when shooting fast but pumps make you aim for every shot.
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