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Mr Murderdoll89 Saturday, May 7th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
DM4/5- Lighter and come stock ACE'd.
Other DM3's or just M3's with Tadao- A lot faster...because this is stock.
Marker Setup: Silver LCD Gen E Matrix
CP Roller
CP Regulator
Aardvark Trinity LPR
Dye Stickies
ShockTech Drop
CP Unimount
No Rise Halo Feedneck
Z-Board Egg

Black Spyder Imagine
Evil Driver
Dye Stickies
12 Volt Revvy
A new barrel and an LPR.
ACE...not really needed but its a good upgrade to have.
A CP Roller. Smoothest trigger ever.
Strengths: Fast as hell
Accurate (ball on ball)
No kick.
Weight (personal preference)
Weaknesses: Weight(personal preference)
Review: After I got my Matrix I took it outside and got used to the feel of the trigger. I loved it. The gun has no kick what so ever. The consistancy of shots and accuracy at high ROF was incredible. I definately loved the way this gun felt. The wieght was a bit heavier than guns today but who can't go to the gym?Honestly.
Conclusion: I loved it! I would definately recomend one as they go extremely cheap used. I'm giving her a 10.
10 out of 10

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