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p8ntboy2000 Friday, April 23rd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months28 of 33 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
I returned a TES marker and bought a Misfit because the TES kept having problems. The Misfit has been real good to me and the guys at Syndicate are the best! They talked to me for over an hour on the phone just to go over how the gun works. I didn't even to read the owners manual!
Marker Setup: I really didn't need to add any accessories to it since it came with almost everything I wanted on a gun. I use a Crossfire 47ci with 3k preset reg. I get the marker down to low pressure easily and it works good with my CO2 tank when I can't get my HP tank filled.
If someone can dual reg it for CO2 use you'll be able to get it to work at lower pressure. But at 500psi it works real good with CO2. On my HP set up I have it humming at 375psi! Not bad for a sear tripping blow back!
Strengths: Looks great, Works Awesome, stock parts are made very well, Syndicates service is the best!
Weaknesses: I wish they had more aftermarket accessories from the factory
Review: This gun is the best gun you can get under $300. NO CONTEST. I bought mine for only $255 and that was much less than what I paid for my TES gun which never worked. When I returned my TES I even had enough to buy a new revy!!! The Misfit works great and the guys at Syndicate are really cool. They spent a lot of time with me to make sure I knew how to use my new gun. Keith at Syndicate told me that everyone that works there plays paintball and this made me feel real good about my purchase. I liked knowing that the Misfit was made by paintball players and that they use their own product. I heard the Draxxus paint is made the same way and that's why I only shoot Draxxus. It's better to know that your stuff is made by paintball PLAYERS and not some old dude in a board room. The Misfit works just as good as it looks. I dumped a hopper full of paint with at its max rate of fire (16BPS!) and didn't chop a ball once. The gun has a lot of milliing and a ton of features. 3 firing modes, adjustable rate of fire up to 16 bps, adjustable trigger, LED display, ALL METAL HANDLE, a really cool valve, and other stuff. This is only the 4th gun I've owned and is far the best for what I paid for it!!!
Conclusion: I recommend that anyone with $250 that is looking for a new gun ... BUY A MISFIT! The service from these guys and the gun itself are awesome.
10 out of 10

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Waywardson1 Wednesday, December 26th, 2007 | 7:40 pm PST
Its been a year since i started up again, (im 13 btw, just incase you dont trust kids) I played in my back yard with my bro's like... 9 yearold spyder cal. 98. MECHANICAL, then i got my own spyder sonix, and i my cousins gun multiple days (yes, full days) which was this. Im planning on buying this, or the PMI EVO. Im chubby but i run my fricken *at money money* (@$$)sign to the snake, and i play mid field every once and a hwile.This is really good. Now, being that im a mechanical fan, and dont waste balls like paris hilton,id say 16bs kicks. You don't need all the 20+ crap, its only good with like 2vs.2(keep in mind i dont play profesional lvl) I always win with my sonix against my cousins misfit. ITs the player, not the gun. Id say its great. i think i lost track.. im to lazy to look and fix it
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