Trliogy Comp, 04 prostock both with e-blade. alias intimadator. maybe the ion too.DM3
DM3 Black/Grey w/ sidewinder reg, eyes, Tadao board with mushashi 5.0, clamping feedneck and evovle bolt, Halo B w/ Rip drive Victory Board , Dye Ultralite Barrel16in. with 68ci/ 4500 crossfire nitrogen fiber tank.
Halo B cause this marker is really fast , Dye Boomstick barrel (or ultralite) more accuracy. Also nitrogen or compressed air insted of C02. You can also buy a ESP trigger frame and put in the T-board but thats not really worth it.
hardly uses batteries
never will chop paint
The feedneck is a little high i get shot there alot.
This marker looks really cool. Not only that it is very fast at 30 BPS and its as accurate as any autococker. This marker barely uses any Nitro. I played like 4 games with it and the air on its guage went down like a half-millimeter. Then I played 3 more before I had to refill. Its has a sweet spot trigger and you can easily ajust the sensitiveness to were you can just quickly tap it and it shoots like 5 balls instantly. Another thing, you can bounce the trigger easily on this marker. The bouncing on this marker is faster than my Halo B can feed, just install the Victory board in it and your fine. And another thing bouncing is illegal in tournaments I belive. I once shot the ref on accident as I walked by after a game. A side note here this marker is also an autococker threaded so remember that if your going to get a new barrel for this marker. You can also ajust it to standard semi, 3 round-burst, and fully-auto. good out-of-the-box use which means you really don't need to upgrade anything. It also comes with break-beam eyes so you will never chop paint again. Online this marker sells for about 330$ but that's nothing considering what this marker does. I finally upgraded to my new DM3 but I'll keep this gun as my back up, and for memory's.
Everyone out there if you want a marker that's really fast and accurate I would defiantly consider getting this marker. Buy it and you won't be disappointed!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, September 28th, 2005 at 2:14 pm PST