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    Posted: 07 December 2005 at 4:27pm

Anyone that has a lapco bigshot im just wondering what speed (fps) yall have found works best. If there is a patern.

-Tippman 98c
-Lapco Bigshot 14"
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-Palmer Stablizer (male)
-Dead On dropforward
-Hyperstar bolt
-Red dot sight
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Different people will find different speeds to be the best. So results will vary. But if you go to a field, follow their limits. I'd say >~285 if you play on your own. But not above 300.

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I'm going to have to say around 275-280 seems to do the trick.
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I would think the lower velocity the less deformed and unsymmetrical the ball gets from the wind resistance. At 280 they shoot pretty flat for the first 30'.
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Thanks and one more question, what does anyone suggest to be a good paint match for the bigshot
-Tippman 98c
-Lapco Bigshot 14"
-Flatline
-Palmer Stablizer (male)
-Dead On dropforward
-Hyperstar bolt
-Red dot sight
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Lapco Bigshot is .689" medium bore.

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http://www.ottersccustoms.com/paintc.html

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275-285 Works best for me.
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i do about 270
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