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AutoMagX Saturday, April 23rd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Spyder e-frames, stock carbon fiber frame
Marker Setup: 68 Classic Left Powerfeed
Intelliframe w/Sticky3's
X-Valve w/Level X Bolt
Ricochet Apache
SP Freak, Progressive, etc.
Shocktech Drop, On/Off, Foregrip
Dye Throttle 68/45 Preset
Strengths: Awesome grip feel
Improved trigger pull
Double trigger
Can trigger your loader
Weaknesses: Price
uhhh... Price?
Review: I bought the Intelli mainly because I wanted a 45 frame, the grips on the carbon frame are terrible and hard to upgrade. The only other 45 frames I could find were all chrome, so I bought the Intelli with a double blade trigger and Dye Sticky3's on it.
The price is steep for a mechanical trigger frame, but isn't far off base when you consider that an aftermarket double trigger is $20+ and Sticky's are $25. The fact that with a $10 trip to Radio Shack it can be set up to run your loader with every trigger pull is even better, but only really matters if your loader activates by vibration. The Ricochets, for example, use a flex switch in the neck, so they will feed with every ball regardless.
The trigger pull with the double trigger is night and day, before it was very heavy, now the trigger is much lighter and smoother.
The grip, of course, is much improved. I love the way the sticky3's feel, much better than that Mauser Broomhandle the carbon frame has.Plus, the added weight forward, combined with the lighter X-valve, shifted the rear-heavy Mag's balance nicely.
Conclusion: I'd recommend this for anyone looking for a mechanical frame for their mag, it beats the Dye and 32 Deg. any day. The only down is the price, but you get what you pay for- especially on this one.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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