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invaderzim725 Friday, April 16th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months28 of 30 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Tigershark
Marker Setup: '99 Cocker
Dye Excel
Dye Hinge
KAPP 3 way
ANS mini ram
KAPP twisted cocking rod
Flame drop
ANS Jackhammer II
Recommended
Upgrades:
A barrel
Strengths: Light, moderate BPS, accurate with new barrel.
Good enough gas efficiency
Weaknesses: Breaks paint at high velocity (stock barrel)
Stock barrel has a small inner diameter
Review: This was my first marker, and I had a good time with it. With some minor tweaking and a cheap upgrade (barrel), this marker will be accurate and fast. All you people need to stop complaining about how innacurate and slow it is, you just don't know what your doing. When your paying a lowly 40 dollars for this marker, don't expect to go play any tournaments with it! To help you out with chopping and accuracy, turn you velocity down to about 230-240, which in turn will also give you better gas efficiency. You can either back out you velocity adjuster till its falling out, or clip your spring slightly. Drill a small hole on the feed tube and it will help with the massive blowback. To help with speed, find another bumper and put it right next to your original. This will make the marker cycle faster and eliminate double feeding. If you find you're still chopping, use the money you saved and buy a new barrel (Spyder threaded). Lube your marker with gun oil, or use 3-in-1 (works fine) to kepp it running smooth and problem free.. Your gun should now be faster, more efficient, and more accurate.
Conclusion: If you're just looking to have a good time, go out and buy this marker. It will work perfectly for any rec player,
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Crazy_Nut Friday, February 18th, 2005 | 1:50 pm PST
It may be only 40$, but you can buy better markers for 40$.
   

012345 Sunday, November 6th, 2005 | 7:43 pm PST
Y dopnt you save yourself 30 dolars and just bbuy a slingshot. It would proly shoot better.
   

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