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Montypup Wednesday, June 2nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
4 years
Products Used:
Almso every other high end electro
Marker Setup: 2k3 Acidwash half-milled Excalibur, WAS board, WAS eyes, WAS switch, 14" ANS S-5 barrel kit, Hybrid rail, 68/4500 Centerflag "Thunder" Dynaflow
Get the pandora board, eyes and switch. They turn the excalibur into a machine gun. Clamping feedneck also helps too.
Strengths: Very, very smooth. Little mainteance required, no need for major upgrades (except for eyes)
Weaknesses: Limited to 10bps out of the box, stock barrel isn't the best.
Review: I picked up my excalibur used. This helped me save over the overpriced retail price. I immediately sent it off to get the eyes drilled and put into it. After getting it back, it was one of the fastest gun i've ever shot. I was amazed by not only the speed, but how smooth it shot. It's also easy to take care of. All you have to do is put a drop of extreme lube into the asa, dry fire a few times, and you're ready to rock. Overall, this is an excellent marker, from a company with an excellent reputation.
Conclusion: A bit overprices, so pick up one used. This is one of the best guns i've ever shot, right up there with the dm4.
10 out of 10

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