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QbanB Monday, December 20th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
Dragunfly Mech
Marker Setup: 14" Progressive
Smoke Ricochet Apace
20 oz CO2
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel
Bolt
Drop Forward
T-board
Fast hopper
Strengths: Cheap
Electronic
Accurate
Weaknesses: Not fully cocker compatable
Doesnt save settings when you turn it off
Review: I got this gun for $100. I wanted a electronic cocker, didnt want to break the bank, becuase all I had was a Dragunfly Mech. Well I got this as an upgrade to my Mech. For the most part if you're used to cockers this shouldnt be a problem. Well this is way more delicate when it comes to pressure. If its too high it will go out the exhaust ports.On my mech it really didnt matter too much. But anyways I get it workin great. The thing that really sucks is that when you turn it on you have to adjust the ROF and the dwell. I know now i need a Halo B. Becuase at even 15 bps my apache cant keep up. I must say thing shoots great and fast. Well worth the money.
Conclusion: If you want an electronic cocker, and are comming from a spyder. You cant go wrong. It performs just as well as an authentic cocker. Shoots just as fast, but the T-board will make this thing real nice.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
DarkeWolf Monday, March 21st, 2005 | 3:26 pm PST
from my own experience with a dragun TES, yeah, having to reset your settings all the time is an inconvenience. I can figure, how it would be moreso, with more settings to have to put in each time you fire it up. For about 60 bucks tho, you can go to scenariodreams.com and get a t-board for it, that saves the settings. and lets you add eyes! :D
   

QbanB Tuesday, March 22nd, 2005 | 7:44 am PST
Already have one lol
   

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