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z5minutemajor Wednesday, June 1st, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Brass Eagle - do i even have to say
Spyder Victor - misfit is faster, more accurate, more reliable,
Marker Setup: stock syndicate misfit
Recommended
Upgrades:
Faster Loader - a must for speedball
Barrel? - to increase accuracy you need a pretty decent barrel, the stock barrel isnt bad but could be better.
Strengths: fast -
accurate -
Looks-
metal frame / durability
Reliable
Weaknesses: Heavy (especially when u compare it to an ion)
Review: I was thinking about getting this gun for a long time. i finally gathered up the money and bought it. the looks on it are awesome, especially with my evil driver. the gun is very simple to change settings and such. i gassed it up for the first time and heard the sound of the co2 flowing into the regulator (i like that sound). i have a gravity fed hopper so at first i didn't fire fast, no chops. i set it to full auto 6 bps and i still had no chops! i even set it to 10 bps full auto and had a few chops, i was surprised considering i had a gravity fed hopper. however when i put it on semi and ripped away (pretty fast) it started to chop due to the hopper (i need to get an electro hopper). i was impressed with the accuracy. there is a metal pole in the ground by my house and i stood about 30 feet away from it and shot 3 round burst at it. ping, ping, miss. 2/3 shots hit the pole which i think is pretty accurate (the pole is only about 2 inches wide). the weight is a small problem and there really is nothing you can do about it.

I played with it for the first time and was impressed with how well the misfit performed. Seemed accurate, I hit everything i was aiming at. Impressed a few of my friends. Not to mention the misfit is reliable. I have had it for about 4 months using it plenty of times and so far i have not experienced any problems whatsoever. If anyone is out there reading this, thinking "should i buy the misfit", i was in your same situation. Honestly i believe that this gun is basically perfect. I have no regrets and neither will you if you go out and buy one.
Conclusion: i believe this is a GREAT gun for anybody who is just starting into speedball. there is nothing terribly wrong that would make sell it. because of the performance i give the syndicate misfit a 10.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, July 7th, 2005 at 10:31 am PST
 

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