Originally Posted by nastystankweed
you need to shoot it. It wasn't revolutionary in performance but it's cheaper and that is what I love about it.
I just saw those charts and if the results shown there are true I will probably be picking up the .50 paint for practice and shoot the .68 when I need that performance (still depends on the cost of the conversion kits). A case of crappy paint costs me $65 here. Maybe with 50 it will cost me $40 and I would love that.
I sincerely doubt the players will see any cost change. It's like when the Canadian government lowered our sales taxes, what did pretty much every store do? Alter their prices so you paid the same as before.
If they don't do it immediately after .50 cal picks up speed, they will after it's made the predominant ammunition.
And lulz Dragon, this is the reason why I don't mind washing the occasional thong.