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Daryl wong Euro/ Aimrite railgun

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whats the advantage of using an open muzzle?
 
Memo

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better vision, fast reload and easy aming as far as I know.
 
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better vision, fast reload and easy aming as far as I know.
I think that’s personal preference. With a closed muzzle, you don’t have to wrap the line over shaft to hold the shaft in place. Most people I know, who have gone from an open muzzle to an enclosed one or an enclosed track, after a little practice think its faster. Aiming is also something that once learned, works just as good.
Drew
 
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I always used closed muzzle classical euro guns but I will go for the open muzzle in my next purchases.
 
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