pm5, 692 Ultralite, Hybrid bolt guide, Tadao M3, and New Designs low rise,Empire Reloader B, 70/4500 centerflag stubby-----Defiant, angled asa, Halo B
M5 board (infamous)--I didn't buy it yet tough
light, accurate, SMALL, nice stock trigger IMO, and come psp ready
No asa, limited adjustments on the stock board
I bought this gun for 450 NIB!!!. So i think this gun is amazing for the price. I notice the gun wqas considerably smaller than my pm5. The stock barrel is great with medium bore paint (689). I also noticed the speed of the gun is very nice.
I first setup my gun.....using the gauge and adjusting the lpr to 80psi, and adjusting the reg to 280 velocity. I decided to use a mix of severe cyclone, and evil paint. I started by shoting slow. (maybe 5bps-10bps) Then i brought the gun up to speed (aroung 15bps) the gun seemed very accurate.
After shooting 200 balls from 70 feet at target, the grouping was about 10 inches wide. There was 0 chops and 0 barrel breaks.During this test it was 40*f outside, so the paint became brittle. After shooting another pod with the same results, i figured i would try some drills with it. I started doing a snapshoting drill. It was were i set up a target 100 feet away and i had to crouch behide a bunker and snap out and shoot at it. While i was doing this my brother was shooting at me with his 05 speed. I hit the target aout 70 times (not to bad at 100 feet) out of a pod of paint. I was only hit 4 times while snapping out.(i kept snapping)
I use my D2 as a backup for my up'd pm5, but when i get a clamping feedneck and i infamous it i may use it more than my pm5.
i love my D2 and would reccomend it to anyone looking for a great gun