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Novitec11 Wednesday, February 23rd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 6 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Nexus, Ego, Karnivor, DM4
Marker Setup: RX5, Worr Gas Adjustable, Halo B
None it already has all the best parts.
Strengths: Weight, Speed, Accuracy, Reliability.
Weaknesses: Price but thats it
Review: I had recieved my RX5 a couple weaks ago. I was hesitant to buy one at first but I'm definately not disapointed. Even though RX Paintball is a new company I have come to realize that their products are amazing. The gun is probably one of the lightest autocockers I've ever seen. I've already used it twice and have had no problems what so ever. In the firing range I have shot up to 18bps on the shot counter. Thats insane! My budy has a Pro Series 2 from eclipse and I only shot 14bps on his gun. THe only thing I was a little anxious about was the price but ity is definately worth it. When I was playing about 6 weeks ago I saw a dude with a Nexus 2. I knew thats what I wanted. When I saw that the Nexus 2 was $1900 I knew that was out of my price range. Then I saw some guy with an RX5. That was expensive but still $600 less than a Nexus. The RX5 has all the Nexus parts and internals but its lighter and faster. It has this crazy 5 gram back block. Overall I would highly recomend the RX5 to anyone who wants the best autococker around.
Conclusion: Excluding the price it is the best autococker out .
10 out of 10

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