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natdawg22 Sunday, December 19th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
spyders, imps, timmy, tippys, shockers, any tourney guns
Marker Setup: VL eVLution II with Y-Board
Pure Energy 72ci 3000psi
New Barrel- Id go AA or Progressive
Force feed or revy
Strengths: This thing is very reliable. Shoots Fast, Good Accuracy, Never Chops, Sensitive, Reactive Trigger.
Weaknesses: Loud, Spyder Clone, Stops shooting after battery barely runsout
Review: Ok well i dont know what my Black Dragun is, it has an LCD screen but the pic of the Black Dragun LCD isnt what mine looks like.

Overall, this gun is great for the price. Great for intermediate, and advanced players. My friends got me into paintballing and I got the Black Dragun soon after and ruled the field. This gun is great for speedball. I sometimes play in the forest and i was satisfied, I wouldn't reccomend this to snipe in forest though. I would buy this gun!
Conclusion: I definantly thing you should buy this marker. It is absolutely worth the price. Other guns with the same price just cant compete with it. Good for anyone looking to paintball.
9 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, April 13th, 2005 at 3:32 pm PST

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