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Unregistered User Saturday, May 5th, 2001
Strengths: I always thought this was one goofy looking gun. I almost didn't buy it because it's so funny looking. But, in my quest to find a silent sniping gun, I had to try it. After all, I've spent my entire paintball career firing Stingrays, Tippmanns, and AT-85 guns. A quiet gun would be a nice change, and that is exactly what this gun is...dead quiet. I thought Shockers were quiet, but the Nova is even quieter. I find myself constantly checking to see if it's firing at optimum velocity, because it sounds eerily noise-free. And the stock barrel is very accurate, so I can hit whatever I'm aiming at in one shot. It is my number one sniper gun now.
Weaknesses: Well, it still looks like a fruity prop from Battlestar Gallactica. And if you're too young to remember Battlestar Gallatica, you're probably too young to know that the guy from the A-Team was on Battlestar Gallactica too. And so was the guy from Ponderosa. Anyways, it looks like an old-school ray gun.
Conclusion: Luckily, it performs great stock, because upgrades can be a pain to find. I'm happy with the price I paid for such a unique gun. I get constant positive comments from other players. Now I have an AT-85 for sheer firepower and intimidation and the Nova for silent sniping. I think I'm done spending for a while. If you want a unique, fast firing, quiet gun that won't break brittle paint, go for the Nova.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:35 am PST
 

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