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Old 04-19-2011, 19:02   #1
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newb question.

would i be better off

a) buying a used 6920
b) attempting to build my own?
c) buying off the shelf.(new.)

also, the more i read about piston systems, the better they seem to be. am i just falling for the "ooh, ahh"? if so, is there a conversion kit to go to piston?

i'm going to be working with rather limited funds (about a thousand) and would like to get as far as possible.

i've been told the most popular lower priced are "questionable" as far as quality.

i figure i'd rather ask a newb question of an expert, than flush a grand down the toilet.
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