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PB_Matty Thursday, October 28th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
03 max-flo Shocker-Like the feel of the trigger on these, but it's much slower
Eblade- not as fast either
Marker Setup: CYP Nemesis
12" Lapco Long Shot
Evo-II with Z-board
Nitro Duck 68/4500 adjustable
Recommended
Upgrades:
Nice barrels are always good.
Don't even consider co2
z-boarded evoII or anything faster.

You can use any Timmy upgrades you might want to, but this already comes with a 30bps board, an exact replica of the white bob long delrin bolt, I think the hpr even operates the same as a torpedo.
Strengths: WAY FAST!
Cheaper than it's direct competition
Fit and Finish is top notch.
Weaknesses: It had a mystery leak when I first got it, but that's it....
Review: I was able to snatch up this marker for the bargain price of $399, which has to make it one of the best deals I have ever managed to get off of EBAY :).

It seems to be slight ly different than the rest of the Nemesis pics I've seen online. It came with a 15 degree asa, and also the desing on the grip frame is actually part of the frame, rather than being extra pieces that are screwed on. Also these designs are the same flat black color as the rest of the frame. I kind of wish they matched the polished red of the gun body, but hey opportunists can't be too picky.

This gun has the absolute least kick of any gun i've shot, I haven't been able to fire a high variety of electros, but it is comparable to the shocker kick-wise, and superior to the Ebladed Cocker in this regard.

The speed of this gun is phenominal. I didn't know that I could actually shoot that fast. The trigger has a little side-to-side slop, but I've heard that this is actually helpful for attaining higher rates of fire....This slop isn't at all bothersome when actually shooting the marker. I am probably capable of hitting over 20 bps easily with this marker- make sure to buy a loader that can keep up.

The milling and anodizing is all top-quality from the looks of it...no weird discolored spots or rough finishes that I can see....The styling of the gun isn't my favorite, but still looks great and strongly shouts TIMMY to anybody that looks at it.

Interesting Note: This Marker doesn't really skimp when it comes to the parts it uses...after doing a little research I was able to find out that the inline regulator that this comes with is actually an AIM68. Which is one of the better HPR's around. Both the HPR and the LPR are easily serviced and simple to maintain.

I'll update this later as I get a chance to use this marker more...........
Conclusion: This is an extremely high-end marker for a mid-high end price. Would buy this marker over, Most any Ebladed cocker, any non-vision Shocker, definitely over any Impulses, and over some lower end timmies as well, due to the fact that it comes stock with the 30bps board.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, June 30th, 2005 at 7:48 pm PST
 

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