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SekundoKid Monday, May 3rd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 6 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
None similar to the Delta .68
Marker Setup: Two Delta .68's
cops911 2-strap tactical holster X2
cops911 x-man harness
Possibly a Spyder spring kit
Strengths: Definitely Accuracy, Looks, Intimidation, Balance, Quick-release, Quick-strip field stripping
Weaknesses: Cleaning a break, the Manual and lack of disassembly instructions
Review: First of all, Psycho Ballistics produces this marker, not 32 degrees as pbreview suggests. The Delta .68 paintball pistol definitely packs a punch ! The balance and feel of the markers is extremely comfortable, and the accuracy is twice as accurate as a stock tippmann 98c setup.
Some may view the 12 gram-powered cartridges as a disadvantage, however, getting close to 30 shots out of each crossman 12 gram, I find them quite crafty. The quick-release is extremely handy, once the co2 clamp is adjusted to a good fit. Once the gas is expended, the 12 grams are easily dropped on the ground, or (for you nature people) into a garbage sack. The accuracy is above decent, unquestionably, using draxxus blaze paint (which is pretty cheap, but good quality).
Where the gun continues to be a reliable primary (yes i shoot 2 delta's for primaries) , the manual lacks in thoroughness. Its a 1 page pamphlet showing a diagram of the marker. Come on Psycho Ballistics, how about making an actual manual !
Conclusion: Great, accurate, well-balanced marker. Using crossman 12 grams, im getting a consistent 27-30 shots per fill. With draxxus blaze paint, and the right velocity setting (dont shoot too hot) im getting my shots into a 7-8 inch grouping from 78 feet. GO BUY THIS GUN : D Changing gears into using a pistol instead of your primary is challenging gameplay, but people tend to freeze when being approached by two delta's. The 9 rating is because of the cleaning. Due to aggresive gameplay required for the pistols, quick-stripping the gun and using a squeegie to get the crap out wastes valuable time.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
StinkyPistachio Wednesday, May 5th, 2004 | 1:51 pm PST
1 year experience? Not yet. You use two? No, you don't.

Paintballgrrl Thursday, May 6th, 2004 | 11:23 pm PST
32 Degrees makes .68 Delta. Psychoballistics makes Delta .68
Not sure what the diff is, if any.

NickMoore04 Sunday, June 6th, 2004 | 12:20 am PST
Psychoballistics IS 32 degrees lol its all the same company and if you call them you get national paintball so im pretty sure its all the same exact place...but yeah anyway 32 degrees owns psychoballistics as far as I know

DuckMan29 Wednesday, August 4th, 2004 | 11:26 am PST
Originally posted by StinkyPistachio
1 year experience? Not yet. You use two? No, you don't.
shut up, why would he lie?

That is majorly badass using 2, i want to buy 2, so i am selling my UPGRADED autococker (i have details and pics) if your interested IM me on MEATWADISMYGOD. Its going for an incredeable price

StinkyPistachio Friday, February 11th, 2005 | 6:34 pm PST
hey duckman, if that is your real name, he was lying. he goes to my school, and for some reason he decided to post that he had 2 (i don't know, make him seem like he was "cool"). i just now decided to check up on this review because i wanted to make fun of him for writing it, and noticed your comment, you ignorant prick.

Curly Fry Friday, February 16th, 2007 | 8:29 am PST

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