nothing similar , ive owned 4 guns since i started playing paintball, a tigershark, stingray,pmi ttracer,tippy m98
tac one with ule kit (going to get a new barrel tank and hopper soon)
ule trigger kit and barrel
Very very reliable.
Crappy stock barrel.
well i got this gun in the begging of january 2005 and so far it has shot flawlessly , the only balls i have broken were broken inside the barrel not chopped , the stock barrel kind of sucks but thats easily fixed, this is a great gun , you can play either speedball or rec ball with it, the x valve can handle 31bps without shootdown , now that is just as fast or faster than all the electros out there, u can add a electro frame to it , or the haIR when it comes out , thats probaly what ill do but its a good gun for even beginers because its so simple and all you have to do to keep it running is put some lube in the asa before you screw your tank in and your good to go.
Great gun, i reccomend it for any1 who wants a great gun.
Unfortunately, the Deadlywind hAir trigger has been put on hold, as it infringed a patent that has been granted to Pro Team Products for a similar product that PTP have had in development for a long time. As such it is unlikely to be produced, unless PTP allow them to produce the hAir under license. Disappointingly, PTP seem to be in no hurry to bring their trigger system to market.
This is taken from the Deadlywind webpage: -
"hAir update- As some of you have heard, our progress has been slowed by some legal hurdles. The problem we ran into is that Pro-Team Products was recently granted a patent on assisted trigger mechanisms for paintball markers. Pro-Team insists that we are infringing this patent, and although we disagree with them, we have tried to cooperate so we can get the product released. We've been advised that our remaining options are expensive ones, and since we have already overspent resources in the development of this product, we have decided to shelve it for now and focus on our other projects. Again, we apologize for keeping everyone waiting on this. We do hope to revive this in the future, either when we can again justify allocating resources, or once we form partnerships that enable us to do so."