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    Noobish question :P


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    Post  FruityCow Fri Mar 21, 2014 8:10 am

    Sorry, but this is my first quadshot. What does inline do to it and should i do it on mine?

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    Post  Sanchez Fri Mar 21, 2014 12:25 pm

    An inline clip is where you have a larger pipe (usually 20mm conduit) that is attached to the plunger, and then you have the barrel after that. It acts similarly to an RSCB, but you load it from the rear loading holes. You can have single barrels and inline clips if you glue 16-20mm reducers with 20mm couplers over them to the turret, making a double coupler. If you want some more help, try messaging "Silent Scope", he is pretty much the guy to ask about Triple Shots. It's up to you whether you want it. An inline adds a few (2-3) extra shots but will decrease range a bit.

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