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dude14 Saturday, February 19th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
semi auto mechs- not close to the same rate of fire
Spyder Imagine- bout the same rate of fire, same quality
Marker Setup: Dragunfire Compact LCD
VL Revy 12 volt, x board
9 ounce c02
- smallest alligater clip you can find
- maybe a barrel if you really want accuracy
-Defenetly a good electric hopper
- you dont really need it, but a bottomline and stuff
- new bolt eventually

Strengths: Wonderful stock barrel
cool looks
dirt cheap ( 40$)
needs a fast hopper
Review: ok, dude this gun was 40$ where i got it. Unbeleivably cheap. When i got it, the instructions were for the dragunfire compact bottomline. not the same gun, even though you'd think it is. I was dissapointed when i found it was only safe mode and semi-auto stock, but the semi is really fast, up to 20 bps i think. I can do 11-13 in semi, i needta speed my fingers up.
YOU CAN SPEND 50 CENTS AND MAKE THE THING FULL AUTO!!!! Some dudes smarter than I told me what to clip together to give it full auto, and i did. The little two-pronged outlet thing that is next to the button inside the trigger, just get a small alligater clip and clip it to the little two pronged things so they are connected and fit it into the gun. ( i used a little electrical tape to make it fit better) Now you will have safe, semi, and full auto. Just push the button once more after semi and the light will turn a yellowish weird orange, and you will have full auto, which is probably 6 to 8 bps. Its faster than my Revy, which is supposed to feed a steady 10 bps..... but it seems only about 7 or 8 bps to me.
The stock barrel is pretty dang good on this gun. It is really quiet, and it has ok accuracy and good range. The gun itself is simply made, and its really easy to take apart and clean. You need to oil it after a day of play, and clean it if you chop a ball. Keep the velocity lower, and you will have literally no ball breaks. It you turn it to 300, then you will start to see the occasional ball break. Use good paint with this gun too, if you use stuff even as medioker as Scorch or Dusk, you will most likely not see any chops or breaks. Actually, i havent had a break yet. Just chops. Stupid revvy.
The vertical adapter can be a little annoying, but oh well. The guns so cheap so who cares? The co2 effeicentcy is average, not a gas hog, not super effiecient. The velocity adjustment is kind of a pain, but it really doesnt matter, you just have to have a hex wrench and you need to keep up with that tiny screw.
Conclusion: Overall, this is a great gun, and i cant get over the basically give-away price of it. Dragun could easliy sell this gun for 150$ and still sell alot. It keeps up with cockers and other high end guns fine. I like it alot.
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, February 24th, 2005 at 4:32 pm PST

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