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Old May 4th, 2010, 00:52   #31
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So far I only have a co2 NBB pistol, so that IS my primary

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Old May 4th, 2010, 01:05   #32
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Old May 4th, 2010, 01:06   #33
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When my leg heals up, I plan on feilding my M1911 as a primary for a few games, I love pistols! Personally If you can get your hands on a great pistol you can equal the range of an AEG provided you're on a nice, warm day. Just you dont have the 'Accuracy through volume' an AEG will offer.

Unless you pull that trigger like a pianist on meth.
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Old May 12th, 2010, 19:04   #34
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I hand off my rifle to my buddy and go pistol primary... but Im a game nerd and my favourite games are MGS and Splintercell still fun though, easier to take cover and shoot around corners etc...
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Old May 13th, 2010, 14:30   #35
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Pistol Primary

A big yes for me!

TM Hicapa with a 7inch PDI 6.01mm Barrel you cannot go wrong. It out ranges my MP5 as long as I use 0.28 or 0.30s with max hop-up. Only problem is I cannot use it in Winter/Fall outdoor games, but there aren't much outdoor games in winter/fall anyway since that is the Indoor CQB game season.

Pistol in CQB
You are the king if you can aim properly and move fast. Maneuverability and the ease of handling give you a big advantage going to and coming out of cover to fire shots.

I regret one time letting Pusangani borrow my TM Hicapa cause every time I ran up he always got me and Nooblord at Splatters, damn PUS! (But then again hes in CAPS)

Pistol in Outdoor
The effectiveness really depends on the weather. Best used during a dry warm Spring/Summer day. If its below 10 degrees celsius your pistol may not be able to shoot much at all. If its rainy even if the weather is warm also ruins the effectiveness. as well. Your best bet is having a warm clear sunny day
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