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Discussion in 'Paintball News' started by Bolter, Feb 26, 2013.
Oh yeah, dumb question i know, but this Resurrection, is it going to be semi auto?
It's a stacked tube poppet... so that is in common.
Oh and it shoots paintballs
I imagine they took the Impulse and made it better quality
Yes... it is semi... and mechanical...
Cool, AND it shoots paintballs? Bonus
Axe Pro Carbon £680
JT Impulse £900
AXE SE Terrapat Gen 2 £430
just like the good ol' 'cocker then
Watch out boys we have a genius in the making!
I already am a genius
The new Empire pricing is crazy :/
Have to agree after being spoilt with low prices for the mini and axe for many years, suddenly they sell a gun that retails for 3 axes, or 5 2nd hand axes seems all too expensive to me too!
Not just that - the CF Axe @ £680?!
That is £160 more than the Axe LT PDD...
Is it REAL CF body or just CF vinyl wrap?
Not got a clue! Its gotta be partly real cf at that price surely?
Hmmm I am hoping... just imagine it being Alu bodied with a CF wrap hydradipped..
Stock Axe. Problem solved.
the CF one is the Axe Pro, if that makes a difference. Does it come with the display and a barrel kit?
The LTD PDD also had a redline and barrel kit..
And was £520 - ok, no cf tip but Deadlywinds sell them for £40...
This amazes me really, I know some people have deep pockets but all tournies I play restrict fps to 300 rof to 10.5 & air fills to 3000 psi so unless a marker is more efficient on air what is there to improve?
The breaking issue is a thing of the past with eyes & force fed loaders so what improvements can really be worth another £800?
If they get any lighter the paint in the loader will capsize the bloody things!
We are still shooting 0.68 caliber paint filled spheres which are not the most ballistic things in the world how accurate can they be?
I'm confused... Why do we need so many ways to max out credit cards with no (don't shoot me here) "real improvements"
Same reason people buy Ferrari's a Porsches when the speed limit is 70mph. They can.
Don't forget about the big walkon events and big games where people are allowed silly rates of fire. Personally I agree with you, I don't see any reason to spend more than £500 on a brand new marker.
At the minute I am shooting a SFT Shocker which cost me £80 and a virtue board I had lying around. Great gun, bit thirsty but otherwise I'm very happy with it.
Plus I'm not worried about lending it out or getting it beat up