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Good looking marker my friend
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well back on topic......

here is my new toy  PMI TRRACER





MY TIPPMANN COLLECTION
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The first marker I ever owned was a Talon. Not the best marker but it was enough to get me hooked. You would wait till you hear the other guy run out of air then run up on him lol. Great times...
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Originally posted by DeTrevni DeTrevni wrote:

Yeah, the Beetle was that Winchester marker. Even the Tigershark was sketchy, but I'll admit it was better than the Samurai, the Sabre and the Talon. The Talon gets exemption because it got a lot of people into the game. The Samurai was so bad, however, that I'm almost certain it turned people off of it...My first gun was an SL-68 II.



I think the samurai and the blade were the ones that had the defective plastic CO2 retention caps that would break and allow the CO2 powerlet to then fly around the area at will.
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Yeah, the Beetle was that Winchester marker. Even the Tigershark was sketchy, but I'll admit it was better than the Samurai, the Sabre and the Talon. The Talon gets exemption because it got a lot of people into the game. The Samurai was so bad, however, that I'm almost certain it turned people off of it...

My first gun was an SL-68 II.
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$30 bucks is usually a good deal as long as it holds air and fires.
It's not a bad ripoff at least, and if it is a lemon you can "start collecting paintball guns"...
aka hoarding.
Was the beetle that winchester one?
And I generally'd agree on the BE ones with the exception of the tigershark... until the weak c/a adapter threads rip.
I had one as my first marker so I'm probably a bit soft on them though.
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Originally posted by CHiKUN_PiMP CHiKUN_PiMP wrote:


I honestly can't remember any pump being so poorly designed to be rendered useless.
Exceptions are out there though I'm sure.


The Beetle and all plastic Brass Eagle markers.
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Thanks man! I looked under the pumps and under Kingman and I couldnt find it. I found a Hammer on craigslist and I think I could get it for less then $30, so I figure it cant be that bad a deal. 
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http://www.pbreview.com/products/reviews/10/

Voila. Copy and Paste.
You generally get what you pay for with pumps.
If you like it and it shoots, I'd consider it good.
I honestly can't remember any pump being so poorly designed to be rendered useless.
Exceptions are out there though I'm sure.
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PBreview was the first place I checked, could not find a review on it :(
I understand that it is a gallery with pictures but people post questions and comments on the pictures. Being a thread on pumps, it made sense for me to ask about a pump.
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Well, if you want a reasonable answer to your question it does matter.
People come here to look at pictures, and generally not to answer questions.
If you scroll down a bit there's an entire forum called "Which Gun Is Best?" where people would be more ready to answer your question.
EDIT: . There's a site called pbreview.com where they review paintball guns.
I'd start there when looking for reviews on paintball products.


Edited by CHiKUN_PiMP - 24 September 2011 at 4:23pm
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Does it really matter? I've been playing paintball for over ten years so its not about not knowing, I just haven't heard much about Kingman pumps
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Originally posted by Ironicsniper Ironicsniper wrote:

Is the Kingman Hammer a good pump marker?
You should ask in the New Player Forum and not by digging up and old thread.
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Is the Kingman Hammer a good pump marker?
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Considering getting a open class pump gun debating between a tippmann SL68II, or the Azodine Kos pump.  I used to have a CCI Phantom, it was set up for stock class and the PGP is just cooler looking so i stuck with that and traded off the Phantom.

Still have and shoot my PGPII on occasion but most times id like to have constant air and a hopper as stock class in semi games poses a TON more challeges and i Like playing pump (its were i started).  


But heres my sole remaining pump for now

AGD RT ULE AUTOMAG
TIPPMANN SL68II
DANGEROUS POWER E1
TIPPMANN A5
SHERIDAN PGP2
AGD 68 AUTOMAG
TIPPMANN PRO-CARBINE
EMPIRE TRRACER
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Crap, is that a pump-converted Rainmaker I see there DeTrev? Never knew you had one of those. I always wanted to get ahold of a Rainmaker to go tinker mode on,
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My daily driver. Second favorite pump gun I've ever touched.



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The SL-68II's are decent guns, but I wouldn't own one as my only gun for any reason. There are too many flaws that should have been fixed before the re-release.
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I have a Kaos pump and i love playing pump, but should i sell it for a SL-68 II because my first gun ever was an a-5 and i loved it and all my friends have tippmanns. What do you guys think?
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Mack is sad.

This is a pump thread and my latest pump project has been setting half-finished in a box in the spare bedroom for some time now.
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