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afkbrad Saturday, May 14th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Vert cockers, Timmy's, DM5, Ego, Angel, Shockers
Marker Setup: Disruptive Paintball Pro-Cut, Freak stainless steel barrel set, HPA, Eclipse E2 blade, CP reg.
Fastest hopper available and HPA tank with the ability to recharge quickly after every shot.
Strengths: Speed, light weight, accuracy, ease to maintain, totally unique
Weaknesses: None found yet
Review: When I pulled the marker out of the box, I absolutely fell in love. Ryan at Disruptive will make the marker with any color/design you can imagine. My marker has an absolutely unique color that gets lots of attention where ever I go. Anyway, after getting my hopper and HPA tank on to test it out, I thought the marker was broken. Since no timing is needed (just the normal cocker air set up), I called Ryan immediately since I had a team tryout that day. He helped me over the phone to get things set up. It turns out, the marker was fine but my Pure Energy 68/3000 tank couldn't keep up with the speed. The marker still had speed problems, and that turned out to be my hopper. Anyway, after buying a new HPA tank and a new Empire B hopper, everything worked as advertised. Lesson one with these markers, make sure your equipment can keep up with the speed!

Speaking of speed, I've outshot every marker out there during a recent test at my local field. Without a touch of ramping, I can honestly shoot 25 balls per second. No bull there, this thing blazes!

The weight reminds me of the Ego, super light and well balanced.

Finally the accuracy is my favorite part. Cockers are naturally accurate anyway, but with the freak barrel set anodized to match my marker, I couldn't ask for more. I was able to test it out on a 1/2" pole at 25 yards. 29 out of 30 balls hit exactly where I wanted them too. During a recent rec ball game at my local field, someone pulled out a 2005 Karnivore on the other team. As chance would have it, we wound up being the last two left. We were both running and diving and shooting like mad in the trees. The Refs from another field came in to watch as well as everyone who was already taken out. Finally the speed of the Pro-Cut won out over the Karnivore as we were only 10 yards apart.

Conclusion: Super speed, highly accurate, good looking, and very unique. Everybody wants to try it out and immediately falls in love. If you like in the Salt Lake area and want to see one or try it first, just send me an email.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
matrix guns roc Saturday, October 8th, 2005 | 6:39 pm PST
25 bps my ass no one can shoot that speed unless u got bounce and this kind of cocker bounces alot, try goldwaving the gun and it wasn't the speed of the gun that won u against the guy with the kanrny it probally was ur own skill

shot-on-sight Thursday, March 23rd, 2006 | 1:45 pm PST
First learn to spell and use proper grammar matrix, and this kind of cocker contrary to your warped belief bounces less than any other, the e-2 software cancels out most if not all bounce when properly setup, all i have seen in your posts is bias against cockers toward matrices, wich is evident in youre name. 25bps is possible especially with an mq valve, PBX's mq'ed test cocker was verified at 31bps (ramping) with no bounce using a direct feed q-loader.

1ntens1ty Saturday, August 18th, 2007 | 1:34 pm PST
there is a guy i know on pbnation who is selling said test pbx marker and it is sick but $2000

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