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sueypaintballer Monday, January 2nd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Never experienced anything alike the xvalved magg.
Marker Setup: dye matrix , b2k w/ freak kit, Tac One Java 68cu 12v vl.....
Recommended
Upgrades:
Scope for senario games....
Strengths: Level 10 doesnt break paint,
Light,
Nice feeling trigger pull ,
Accurate,
Weaknesses: Hose setup
Not the most gas efficiant gun
Review: I had been admiring this gun for about a year before i finally got up enough cash to make buy it. Now that it has come in it is everything i had expected. I got the change to play the next day with it, at my local indoor field. I played with it the whole day except for two games were i used my matrix and let my friend try it out. He was amazed and even wanted to use it over his dm5 for a couple of games. Thats after he laughed at me for going old school and getting a magg. The whole day it shot great, one break in barrel, checked the bolt, it was clean so the level 10 was not to blame just a dimpled ball.... I filled my tank every game so i don't know exactly how many shots i get a fill, but its not the most gas efficient gun like i said above, but not horrible. The hose set up as with all mags needs to go to the back valve, and if you want to run to the for grip, then to the asa if you use macroline it has a tendency to leak a little bitt. But that's common with macroline.

Edit:
3/31/07
Still loving the gun, just got done playing with it at another indoor field. I even had the great experience of having a ref check my gun because of the rt. Since its not illegal at the field, he just test fired it and gave it back. Funny how i was playing with DM6's ego's and timmys and yet they check the magg. But anyway i did have a little trouble when my halo B force fed too many balls into the breach. The gun jammed right at the end of the game luckily enough. In a desperate attempt to clean it and get back to playing as quick as possible i poured water down the feed neck after removing the broken balls, then dryfired some oil through it. After that the gun shot flawlessly in the next games.
Conclusion: If your serious about paintball, and want a truly versatile gun that will fit in where ever your play happens to take you, look no further than the excellent quality of the Tac One.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, April 2nd, 2007 at 3:56 pm PST
 

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