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Old 12-17-2006, 06:09 PM   #1
Cpt. Morgan
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Future?

Here is my question to you all. As the times appear to be quickly changing where do you think Tippmann stands?

Ions are dying off as a "good" gun (their rep is bad and there are a lot of good guns being sold at low prices) and the variatey of choice in the low end anything market has expanded. Where do you think Tippmann's future lays?

What kind of gun would you like to see them come out with? What kind of upgrades for current guns or any interesting ideas about what Tippmann could do to re-enter the Paintball industry and not just stay in rec/woods/scenario play?
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