Experience: Most Powerful Stock Soaker - What have you used?

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Post by isoaker » Fri Aug 11, 2006 6:46 am

What is the most powerful stock soaker you've had experience with?

The most powerful stock soaker is still the CPS2000, based on stats, unless someone would like to suggest another one. Of course, not everyone has had the opportunity to use a CPS 2000 so I'm curious what is the strongest stock soaker the average current member has had experience with (only stock soakers for this thread). If you also build your own homemade water blasters and feel that your creations are stronger than the stock soakers you've used, you can make a note of that as well, but still list/state what is the most powerful stock soaker you've used first.

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Post by urbanfighter7 » Fri Aug 11, 2006 10:39 am

I think it would be a 2500 but my 2000 coming in the mail soon.So when it comes i will shoot the most powerfull stock gun. :)

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Post by ZOCCOZ » Fri Aug 11, 2006 10:43 am

I guess it would be the CPS2000Mk.2.

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Post by Rook » Fri Aug 11, 2006 11:18 am

Monster X 2002. That thing's nice . :D
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Post by Adrian » Fri Aug 11, 2006 11:24 am

CPS 2000 MK2. Taking a full PC shot is like having a cold, wet baseball bat thrown at you. The most powerful drencher I've ever been around is the MXL though. You just can't line up in front of that and stay dry.

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Post by SilentGuy » Fri Aug 11, 2006 11:26 am

It would have to be my CPS 4100. Not the best of guns, but pretty good. Then again, I might have seen a neighbors CPS 1000 or something many years ago--and I didn't know what any soaker was at the time.

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Post by SSCBen » Fri Aug 11, 2006 11:33 am

The most powerful manufactuered unmodified water gun I have used was a CPS 2000. There's no way I could tell the mark of it because it was new at the time and I don't think anyone classified them into marks back in 1997 - 1998. That and I was 10 years old.

The most powerful one I've owned would be the CPS 2700.

My most powerful modified water gun would be my CPS 27000. Though, right now it's close near homemade water guns in design with a replaced firing valve. It hasn't been used in ages.

The most powerful water gun I have is Supercannon II, though SuperCAP gives it a good run for it's money. The word recoil is not appropriate because each one on a riot blast acts more like a rocket. Following in a distant third is my old CPS water gun from two years ago, which still is easily more powerful than the "great CPS 2000." And in fourth would be the three APH type water guns I currently have, which still are more powerful than the CPS 2000.

Every time I read about how people are impressed with a CPS 2000, I laugh. No joke. That kind of stuff wouldn't even phase me. I think I've hit the limit of sanity.

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Post by HBWW » Fri Aug 11, 2006 11:42 am

I have no homemades, though I plan on a light K mod on my 2100. The most powerful stock I've used is a 2000 mk2/2500 (unknown mk), though those 2 are my neightboor's, not mine.

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Post by forestfighter7 » Fri Aug 11, 2006 11:52 am

Definetly a cps 2000 mk2. after I shot someone it looked like they just dipped their back in the pool. And it felt pretty powerfull when they shot me :laugh: .
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Post by DemonicSoaker » Fri Aug 11, 2006 12:51 pm

Certainly my CPS 2000 mk2. It's incredibly powerful.

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Post by sbell25 » Fri Aug 11, 2006 4:16 pm

It's quite interesting to see how many people have or have used a CPS 2000 mk2, myself included. My mk2 is the most powerful stock gun that I own, but my homemade (which isn't very powerful as far as homemades go) has quite a lot more power than it.

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Post by DX » Fri Aug 11, 2006 5:28 pm

The CPS 2000 mark 2 is the most powerful stock gun I have used, no surprises there.

My 5th 21K [I've had 6] was my most powerful modded gun, one of the first modded guns to shoot ~over 60ft. 65 was its best. My unfinished 11K could probably do better, but I haven't had time for the trigger valve replacement.

I, like Ben, am no longer impressed with CPS 2000 outputs, or any non-water cannon outputs for that matter. My horribly inefficent, air leaking first water cannon still puts up a robust 110x, nearly double my best APH riot blast. The newly completed 2nd has yet to be tested [doing that today, need to make nozzles], my mini is still drying, and my piston "Death Cannon" is still in the early building stage. My water cannons are miles ahead of my APHs, although the APHs remain the more practical weapons.
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Post by avis » Sat Aug 12, 2006 9:22 am

CPS 2500 currently borrowed from a friend who no longer uses it. Also own a 4100.

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