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Diablo VT Monday, May 3rd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 years23 of 25 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
WGP Orracle
Spyder TL Plus (old-faithful)
Marker Setup: ULE Custom w/ intelliframe, ULT Kit
70/4500 Crossfire
Ricochet Apache
Smart Parts 14 in All-American barrel
CP on-off

Get Intelli,ULT when ordering
Barrel kit (not a necessity)
Big nitro tank (bigger than 68, and make it hp)
Fast loader
Karta Body (if you have quite a bit of spare cash) looks pretty sweet
Strengths: Weight (under 3 pounds)
Looks (amazing finish)
Small and compact
No chopping
Weaknesses: Gas hog
Weak stock barrel
Review: The first thing you notice when you take this marker out of the box is how sleek and nice it looks. Though it looks nice, you also soon realize that you can buy each and every part separately. It seems that the factory just took all of their nicest (non-electro) parts, put them together, and called it a ULE Custom. If you were to add up all the different parts sold by the company independently, it would cost much more than simply purchasing the already put-together gun. The ULE Custom performs exceptionally well once on the field. It has extremely low fps fluctuation. Also, the Level 10 system, along with the X valve, makes it literally impossible to break a ball inside the gun. However, the gas consumption on this gun is, in my opinion, below average. In my 70ci tank, I get around 1000 shots from a complete fill. Another downside to this gun is that the trigger pull, even with the ULT kit, seems a little too long. The gun actually fires with very little pull, but there is a lot of room left (after the shot) for the trigger to travel before it hits the trigger frame and is blown back. I believe this can be finished by going to a local paintball shop and asking them to install a small "trigger stop" between the trigger and the trigger frame.
Conclusion: This is an amazing marker. It performs extremely well and you simply cannot beat the price. Though it may have a few minor drawbacks, the strengths far out way them. I would recommend this gun to anyone who is tired of all the new "amazing 65 bps electro" guns and just wants to enjoy paintball the way it was meant to be played. Remember, this sport is about having fun. In conclusion, this gun is well suited for just about any player wishing to make an investment in the high-end category.
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, June 7th, 2006 at 1:39 pm PST

Review Comments
Psycho_warden Friday, March 18th, 2005 | 6:44 pm PST
1300 rounds out of a 70/4500 is amazing gas efficency dude, the normal shot count from that size of tank is about 1050 shots.

Dunngoter92 Tuesday, July 18th, 2006 | 6:04 pm PST
how many bps

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