Discussions of all varieties of stock water guns and water blasters.
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CPS 1500 will best CPS 2500 because its PC is larger and the pump is more powerful. The 2500 user will be pumping his tail off while the 1500 user is still soaking him to a watery pulp.
Not quite true. I've been in a 1500 vs 2500 duel, using the 2500, and when the users are equally skilled, the fight is dead even. Neither of us were able to obtain any kind of advantage, gain ground, or run the other out of pressure or water.
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i just don't know why, but 5x looks like the best choice for me.
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8.5 For me. I just find myself using this nozzle size again and again.
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During Soakfests I love using 10x, but when strategy comes into play.. 5x.
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8.5x. No real need to change nozzles as it is small enough to slightly conserve water, but still drenches anyone unlucky enough to get in my way.
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What about 30x. Is it a forgoten nozzle. But ne way i love using the 30x nozzle on the back of my CPS 4100.
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I voted 20x because i like the cps 2000's nozzle(witch is actually 30x). I like the idea of sending 900ml of water 50 ft in one second. But if i were making a one nozzle gun i would use 8.5x.
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As of now I like the 10x nozzle on my 1700 the most, but it's really not fair to judge until one has tried all the guns there are. (anyone want to give me a bunch of CPS guns to test? jk)
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I voted 5x. The main reason I chose this nozzle size is because the light CPS models (1000, 1200 and 2100) are typically good soakers because they are light enough to be agile with, yet pack enough punch to hold your own in a water war.
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