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Old July 2nd, 2009, 08:14   #16
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For 40mm grenades I've found that Madbull is the only way to go, though propane vs c02 is arguable.
when you put them side by side on the field, it's not arguable at all. with CO2 you'll get kills in the 50-75ft+ range easily. they know they are hit because they will feel and clearly hear it. with propane, you're looking inside of 50 feet and the little pop is hard to hear from 30 feet out.

I was apparently "killed" one game with a propane M922A1 nade from 50 feet. I didn't hear, feel or see anything and I was looking right at them. Since then I've sold my own M922A1's and will only use Madbulls XM204HP's, XM108HP and XMPB4's
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Old July 2nd, 2009, 13:22   #17
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If you're playing field is less then 50 feet wide then that's all you really need. The co2 HP's are more expensive both for the grenades and the gas (having to buy the $70 adapter and the powerlets). The whole system is expensive enough without adding unnecessary costs. *shrug* Maybe I'd sing a different tune if I ever had a chance to use the co2 ones but I'm pretty happy with my propane ones.
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Old July 3rd, 2009, 13:09   #18
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If you don't mind the increased overall weight you could line the stock with lead weights or something. That would certainly balance the launcher.
Hmmmm, that is plausible. What if I was able to store some shells on the stock? Well that kinda would be a bit difficult to manuver, I would need to mess around abit with the launcher and different combinations to get it right. Thanks for the input!
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Old July 4th, 2009, 19:14   #19
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I have the Madbull long launcher and think it works just fine. There is nothing wrong with a button instead of a trigger.
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Old July 4th, 2009, 19:29   #20
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I have the Madbull long launcher and think it works just fine. There is nothing wrong with a button instead of a trigger.
It just comes down to personal preference and how much you're willing to spend on it.
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