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SonicNox Saturday, December 18th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested4 of 14 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
Nothing like this
Marker Setup: Im currently in the market.
Recommended
Upgrades:
I have no idea
Strengths: Looks real
Feeds through magazines
Weaknesses: Uses tiny lil paintballs
Parts brake (magazines)
Not allowed on most fields
Review: Ok when I first pick up this marker I thought it was pretty kool b/c it looks so real and feeds through magazines. I went to put some paintballs in it and guess what? They wouldn't FIT!... I asked the person wtf was wrong with his marker and he just laughed and handed me a bag of these tiny lil paintballs about the size of reinforcements (you know the kind you use on paper). So i was like "ok..." and filled up the magazine with them. I set it up and fired a few shots. The paintballs were tiny so you wouldn't even see them when they left the barrel. I walked around were I shot them and found a tiny paintball mark on a tree bout 25 yards down. I can tell you one thing those lil paintballs are FAST! Seriously, don't get hit by one cuz they STING. I cant believe our field actually let him use this marker. This marke is a lil but heavy to but not that bad but not good for any type of speed ball.

Even though it looks real and kool this is the kinda thing that gets paintball banned or give it a bad name. By companies making real looking semi-auto markers that look EXACTLY like a real gun. What would happen if you were walking home carrying this thing and a cop drove by?? You would land you ass in jail thats what. Im not saying its a bad idea to have one just don't go walking around home with what appears to be a M16 in your hand. Keep it in a carrying case.

Now about the paintballs. Apparently the only way to get them is by ordering them off the companies site that made the marker (Real Action Paintball). Therefore, if you wanted to have a game you would have to wait about a week before you could use it or even test it out if you just got it. Just make sure you stock up on them so you wont run out when you need them.

Thats about it. The maker is $500 so you could easily get a high end semi-out or mechanical maker but hey its your choice.
Conclusion: If you want a real looking marker than go right ahead but if you looking for speed, reliability, durability and a overall better marker get something different.
Rating:
5 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, December 18th, 2004 at 12:37 pm PST
 

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