Combos - What soakers would you use together?

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Post by trekkie00 » Sat Oct 02, 2004 5:39 pm

What soakers would you use together? They don't need to be the same type.

I have a few choices. For a soakfest, I would use:

Dual CPS 2700s
CPS 1700 as emergency backup.

For a 1HK, I would use:

A CPS 1700 for sniping
A CpS 2700 as a HWO
XP 215, for "backup".

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Post by Adrian » Sat Oct 02, 2004 6:17 pm

I think one of the best heavy combos would be 2 CPS 1000s. I'd like to try dual SC 600s too, that'd be awesome. One of my favorite combos is dual Storm 750s, or my own personal combo, a Storm 1200 in my left hand, 800 in my right.

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Post by cooldood31 » Sat Oct 02, 2004 8:26 pm

I use a Max-d 6000 or cps 2100 along with a Monster X slung over my back (and pre-set to 11.5x) incase anyone wants to get in close.

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Post by Field Marshal Yang » Sun Oct 03, 2004 8:58 pm

Last year I used a CPS 3000 as a main weapon so the only backup I carried in my hands was a pistol. Sometimes I left a Splashzooka on the groun near me as a backup. I now have two 2100s so if I can make rudimentary straps for them that would be my combo.
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Post by Veteran » Mon Oct 04, 2004 12:05 am

This year I went for a mobile combination. I used a CPS 1000, XP40 and my new blaster shield that uses diagonal straps so that the bottom of the shield is parallel to the ground when my elbow is bent in its natural position of 90 degrees.

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