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    Choosing of a Primary.

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    Post  FieldHockey Tue Aug 03, 2010 2:43 pm

    phuonguyen wrote:
    Lolcakez wrote:A raider.
    35 darts, clip system, pump action, 2 tac rails and slamfire mode = best gun evarr

    Yeah, such a pity is utilises a reverse plunger system.

    The moment you remove the AR, that gun's a goner. Right. Say good bye to your raider.

    Go on! Don't be shy! It'll miss you, as much as you'll miss it!

    Longshot gets my vote. It's far too gun a gun to not be considered one of the best primary weapons in nerf.

    I'm not really much into modding.
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    Post  Winterstrike Tue Aug 03, 2010 2:48 pm

    If you're not much into modding, you should visit my website more.
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    Post  Servulus Sat Aug 07, 2010 10:31 am

    Well now that i have been to my first war i can tell you which my favourite gun is. My first pick gun suits the way i play, which quick on my feet, many years playing defence as in basketball worked well for this tactic of play. And the gun of choice my vulcan, it suits my style, and in the war today it proved its worth.
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    Post  littlebro05 Sat Aug 07, 2010 10:40 am

    Lolcakez wrote:A raider.
    35 darts, clip system, pump action, 2 tac rails and slamfire mode = best gun evarr

    Good luck shooting 20ft darts at players who will be shooting 80ft+ darts at you. Hahahaha.

    I might end up having a magstrike as my primary, since I have another spare MagStrike. I'm going to see if I can install a PVC tank in there.
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    Post  Winterstrike Sat Aug 07, 2010 10:56 am

    God damn vulcans piss me off.
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    Post  Darth Lai Sat Aug 07, 2010 1:03 pm

    Lol. I don't think I'll ever get a Vulcan unless I see it for a good price. Like a REALLY good price.
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    Post  Genericwizardguy Sat Aug 07, 2010 1:25 pm

    Darth Lai wrote:Lol. I don't think I'll ever get a Vulcan unless I see it for a good price. Like a REALLY good price.

    What kinda price as I'm selling mine?

    Also, primary, Longshot, I run most wars with a Longshot on 4 clips and nothing else and it works perfectly.
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    Post  Darth Lai Sat Aug 07, 2010 1:28 pm

    Lol.

    Sorry buddy. But I'm not really interested in a Vulcan. Thanks anyway.
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    Post  Switchblade Sun Aug 08, 2010 12:07 am

    My question was, is a magstrike really that good? i was thinking about a NF/mav/nite-mav for secondaries but should i get one of these instead?
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    Post  littlebro05 Sun Aug 08, 2010 1:23 am

    Switchblade wrote:^Fail double post?...lol don't worry about it though, we have all done it at some time or another.
    My question was, is a magstrike really that good? i was thinking about a NF/mav/nite-mav for secondaries but should i get one of these instead?

    A Magstrike is more of a secondary weapon because of it's small nature you could call it your PDW weapon. RF20s are similar in nature but you get more rounds to boot and is quite cheap for it's price.

    See that's your choice on how many weaopns you carry. I carry 4...

    Big Blast
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    And now found an effective way to carry all 4 and still be fairly mobile.
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    Post  Genericwizardguy Sun Aug 08, 2010 1:42 am

    littlebro05 wrote:
    Switchblade wrote:^Fail double post?...lol don't worry about it though, we have all done it at some time or another.
    My question was, is a magstrike really that good? i was thinking about a NF/mav/nite-mav for secondaries but should i get one of these instead?

    A Magstrike is more of a secondary weapon because of it's small nature you could call it your PDW weapon. RF20s are similar in nature but you get more rounds to boot and is quite cheap for it's price.

    See that's your choice on how many weaopns you carry. I carry 4...

    Big Blast
    LS
    Mav
    NF

    And now found an effective way to carry all 4 and still be fairly mobile.

    As much as you love that rig I have never seen you switch to your handguns. That's why I run so very light. (Until I get a NF holster I guess)
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    Post  littlebro05 Sun Aug 08, 2010 1:54 am

    Haha. I didn't do it at the Redcliffe war because it was CQB and the grounds of play was very close so I would usually die before I get the chance to use it :(.

    At the Darra war though when My Longshot got jammed I pulled out my maverick and got three kills before I died. So it does help for something. :P. I got Inf0rm3r, Elliot and my friend... I think ><.
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    Post  False Fri Aug 20, 2010 11:10 am

    *(I hope this thread isnt too old)
    I am not sure which of these two guns to choose as my primary. I have narrowed it down to either a singled Titan with the ball bearings that don't let ou fire any higher than 45 degrees or a Longshot with a stock spring and a recon spring, and with its AR's removed. (NOTE: The longshot is not together at the moment and I am struggling to put it together and working).
    Thanks.
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    Post  Reaper Fri Aug 20, 2010 11:17 am

    @XxElite SniperxX - Your username made me laugh. A lot.

    On Topic: It depends on your playing style. If you like to shoot your enemy from EXTREME range, then by all means use a Singled Titan. Bear in mind, though, they have a CRAP firing rate - this means that they are difficult to use effectively when facing multiple opponents. An LS, on the other hand, is infinitely versatile, so they can be used in far more 'Situations' than a Singled Titan. That said, if you're like me and don't mind being slowed down, then have both!
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    Post  littlebro05 Fri Aug 20, 2010 12:00 pm

    Reaper wrote:@XxElite SniperxX - Your username made me laugh. A lot.

    On Topic: It depends on your playing style. If you like to shoot your enemy from EXTREME range, then by all means use a Singled Titan. Bear in mind, though, they have a CRAP firing rate - this means that they are difficult to use effectively when facing multiple opponents. An LS, on the other hand, is infinitely versatile, so they can be used in far more 'Situations' than a Singled Titan. That said, if you're like me and don't mind being slowed down, then have both!

    Exactly. I've done that before. It's not that hard you just have to be able to dodge good... which I'm not so good at.

    Having EXTREME range can be an advantaged but definitely not when you're the only man standing by yourself. We have an 8 metre rule for you to abide by. But in a group of people you make a GREAT support, as long as you can pick off targets easily.

    LongShot is more of a rush weapon.
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    Post  sitras Sat Aug 21, 2010 8:51 am

    my advice shoose what you like even if people dont like them if you enjoy it more you get better with it i personally use a longshot becuase its one of the most readily available weapons
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    Post  Darth Lai Sat Aug 21, 2010 9:31 am

    Btw guys. I bought a Raider at the Target Toy sale. It's great. I might buy a Longshot at the christmas sales.
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    Post  gamepro383 Fri Nov 12, 2010 2:24 pm

    Chaos-Blades wrote:You're new here, so I'll spare the usual flame, instead I'm going to tell you that this question should be in the questions thread. On the welcome to oznerf topic.

    When it comes to buying a new blaster, don't let people tell you what to buy, read about the products you are interested in and make a decicion based on what you'd be doing with/to it.

    It's not like you're buying a house or anything, It's not a hard decicion.

    That's my rant over, If you REALLY can't decide between the raider or the alpha trooper, realise that the alpha trooper will be $70 -$90 when it comes out, and it's pretty much a raider with a sheild. And the raider ispretty much a recon with a drum mag.

    lol the alpha trooper doesnt have a sheild!!!!!

    that is the stampede
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    Post  KingCam Fri Nov 12, 2010 3:27 pm

    gamepro383 wrote:
    Chaos-Blades wrote:You're new here, so I'll spare the usual flame, instead I'm going to tell you that this question should be in the questions thread. On the welcome to oznerf topic.

    When it comes to buying a new blaster, don't let people tell you what to buy, read about the products you are interested in and make a decicion based on what you'd be doing with/to it.

    It's not like you're buying a house or anything, It's not a hard decicion.

    That's my rant over, If you REALLY can't decide between the raider or the alpha trooper, realise that the alpha trooper will be $70 -$90 when it comes out, and it's pretty much a raider with a sheild. And the raider ispretty much a recon with a drum mag.

    lol the alpha trooper doesnt have a sheild!!!!!

    that is the stampede


    Yes stampede is the one that come with a Sheild.
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    Post  bulletproofvest Fri Nov 12, 2010 3:30 pm

    Longshot. Nice RoF without wasting all your ammo, And gets a descent modded range.

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