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Murderdoll92 Thursday, February 17th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Hmm, lets see similar products eh? Well, theres a slingshot, a rubber band gun, well throwing paintballs works just as good as shooting them out of this gun, oh and also a blowgun (which by the way, works significantly better than this gun).
Marker Setup: Dragunfly LED completely stock (yes that means no regulator or anything else, I bought it yesterday so I'm still finding upgrades I want to make to it)

My E-Rex is my backup marker and it has a 16" Empre Twister barrel, a Ricochet 2K hopper, a CIP Powerstation in-line regulator, a CIP Speedy on/off drop forward, an ACS Delrin bolt (yes it works on this is you find the right one), and a 20 oz. Pure Energy Co2 tank.
Recommended
Upgrades:
None just buy a new gun (besides I'm not even sure if you can upgrade this marker)
Strengths: Umm, it's cheap? Easy to disassemble even when you don't want it to.
Weaknesses: Umm lets see, you get made fun of for even touching the name Brass Eagle.
Review: Well this was my first marker and after I played with this a few games I just wanted to give up on paintball completely. Anywhoo, when I first fired this marker I thought it was the greatest thing ever, (lmao). But after a few shots, all of a sudden it acts like its goin full auto and decides to spray paint ans CO2 everywhere. So, when it finally stopped, I took off the barrel and saw like 8 paintballs all jamming the bolt and everything. So when I finally got it cleaned it decided to work right for the next few times I went paintballing. Oh yeah I forgot to mention that I could fire this gun even with the safety on. So next time I took it out to fire, it started spraying paint and CO2 everywhere AGAIN. So after that was fixed, I cocked it and it immediatley went back. Well after that it never fired right again so I decided to give up on it. Well sorry I didn't give this gun a true heartfelt review, but I just don't care about his gun enough to do so (also I'm half asleep). I'm not bashing Brass Eagle but I just don't think that they put effort in their guns, so I'm not putting effort into this review.

EDIT: Another thing i forgot to mention is that I was able to fire the gun even when the safety was on.
Conclusion: I give it a 3 because it's not all bad but still it's not a gun I would recommend to anyone that wants a good quality marker. I suggest (if your in this price range and you want a good marker), a Spyder Xtra.
Rating:
3 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, March 1st, 2005 at 7:07 pm PST
 

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