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Gray Wednesday, July 13th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
JT excellerator 6.0, ACI F4 illustrator
Marker Setup: Black to blue fade Proto Matrix
Shocktech Drop
On/Off
CP roller trigger
Recommended
Upgrades:
Better barrel, expansion chamber, a better frame, faster hopper then a gravity
Strengths: Reliable
Pretty quick for being a low end mech

Weaknesses: Grips uncomfortable after a while
Longer then most guns.
Review: This gun is a very reliable gun. This was the my first marker and it only broke down once, but that was because I was useing wild streak. This is a great entry level gun, it will never break down, thats why i gave it the name 'old reliable'. Also its pretty quick for being a mech. You will need a faster hopper for sure.

A weakness though is, it is a bit longer then most guns. By this i mean for example my matrix is really small and compact or my Illustrator is also compact. This is long like a tippman. Well, its not really a weakness but it is somthing to get used to.
Conclusion: This a great entry level gun. Its reliable and works really well.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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