Good combo with SC 600?

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zuloon
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Post by zuloon » Tue Jul 31, 2007 2:56 pm

What's a good combo to use with the SC 600?

BTW I like sniping as well... so what's a good sniper?

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Post by hydroblitz » Tue Jul 31, 2007 2:59 pm

A CPS2K is good for sniping. :cps2000:
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Post by zuloon » Tue Jul 31, 2007 3:02 pm

Yeah, but they're WAY too expensive :(

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Post by hydroblitz » Tue Jul 31, 2007 3:18 pm

Oh, ok. Then um... The MD6K if it's available.
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Post by isoaker » Tue Jul 31, 2007 3:23 pm

IMO, blasters like the Super Soaker Flash Flood or Super Soaker Arctic Blast would go well with an SC600 as both of these offer the riot-blast while still being able to push out a good stream. The Water Warriors Tiger Shark is also another possible choice and may be easier to match since it has a strap so you can have it slung over your shoulder when you're using the SC600.

Of course, if you are hoping to dual-wield, you might consider a manual-pump-free blaster like the Water Warriors Scorpion or Water Warriors Tarantula that have rechargeable battery packs.

Granted, most stock soakers don't have good sniping range capability. Older soakers like the CPS1000, CPS1200, or even Max-D6000 got better ranges than the current crop. Of course, I don't even consider it really sniping even when using a CPS2000 since the range advantage, though definite, is not that much more than other soakers.

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Post by HBWW » Tue Jul 31, 2007 5:47 pm

For "sniping" (a term I rather dislike for regular stealth based soaking), try a k-modded gun at the least, or go with a homemade. (particuarly a water balloon launcher) If none are options... try a slingshot? Really though, anything's got to be better than trying to "snipe" with a low stream velicity stock gun...
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Post by Crashdummy » Wed Aug 01, 2007 4:01 pm

CPS2700, SC600 is decent, but lacks in power. CPS2700 can dish it out, but last a while too.

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Post by cobralex297 » Fri Aug 03, 2007 10:12 pm

Thought I'd add to this thread, as I just had some fun experiences with my SC600...
I'm not sure what a great combo would be, but any smaller cps gun, K-Modding helps much, of course.

I was recently using my SC600 in a night fight against a 1200, and it was quite fun. The great shot times of the 600 are extremely helpful, as is the fact that the gun is completely silent. I'm not sure if this is just my gun, however it was an amazing plus during a night fight, for if I were to miss, there would be few ways for the person being attacked to determine where the shot was coming from.
The amazing shot time also outlasts any other CPS gun, as far as I know. ... but for SC-Only guns like the PowerPak or Big Trouble. It's so portable though, it's in a whole different class from those backpack guns.

Enjoy your SC600, it's a great gun.

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