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icon e7655 Sunday, March 21st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year7 of 9 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
-spyder imagine (nice gun)
-spyder xtra
-spyder shutter
-icon z (not that great, but OK)
Marker Setup: -icon e (exelent gun!)
-eletric hopper (prefuribly the evolution 2 from wiewloader)
-ask a PB ref to ajust your trigger so its toching the micro swich
Strengths: -looks awesome
-good fully auto
-great barrol (12")
-nice trigger
Weaknesses: -hard to ajust dip swiches
-uses more C02 than most guns (not much though)
Review: OK, iv been paintballing science i was 8, and this icon may be one of the best guns out there! this gun is verry good for beginers too. it has a great price, only $150, and it has semi, 3 round burst, 6 round burst, and fully auto!!! when i use fully auto i never break balls. it takes about 2 1/2 seconds (25 balls) to get your first break. sure i can walk the trigger at like 8 balls for like a second, but when you get a full auto going at 10 balls a second, you can feel the difference. the only thing i dont really like about this gun is how it is hard to ajust the dip swiches. if you really want to change in battle, you're going to need the tool that can fit in that little tiny windo but they include this with the gun. if you dont like how the trigger is so far away from the micro swich, just ask a PB ref or dealer to ajust it for you. it isnt hard if you know how to do it. it just takes one tool to take apart the piece that holds in the trigger/handle.
Conclusion: get this gun! it works sooo well and if you're a beginer or even a hard player, it's a great price and the function is un beliveable!!!!!!!
10 out of 10

Review Comments
notaHUGEnoob Sunday, March 21st, 2004 | 8:27 am PST
Its actually not that hard to adjust the trigger yourself. All you do is unscrew the grip frame (two allen screws) and the turn the smaller allen screw thats on the trigger. Press the body and frame back together(not screw it back) and the trigger should be adjusted. I forget which way makes it smaller and which way makes it longer, but play around a little. When you get it where you like it, screw it back together. You can also take out that little screw completely for an ultra-light pull (however, the pull will be VERY long)

sk8erdude130 Tuesday, May 17th, 2005 | 5:26 pm PST
lefty loosy(shorter) righty tighty(longer)

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