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mogul_pro Wednesday, January 18th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months68 of 71 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Tippmann 98 Custom
PMI Pirana G3
Marker Setup: A-5
Remote line w/ quick disconnect
flatline
stock
20oz c02
Recommended
Upgrades:
None ... this marker takes care of all the upgrades that you would need for a good woodsball gun from the basic a-5.
Strengths: Accuracy is VERY high
Low maintenance level
Durability
Range of fire
Weaknesses: Stock came lose ONCE in 3 months so far.
Review: I got this gun because I play woodsball.
Speedball players, this is not a gun you would like.
Flatline barrel is great, I got 4 cases of white box paint @ 20$ a case and I just finished shooting ALL 4 cases over 3 months and not even ONE ball break so far. And this is @ 265FPS.
The flatline delivered exactly what was promiced, a straight line shot with increased distance while maintaining velocity requirments. IF the ball does break, I would imagine it would be a pain to clean out as you would have to inscrew the barrel. I am not deducting points for this as after shooting 4 cases of the cheapest paint money can buy @ 265FPS I have had zero breaks.
The stock makes this gun large, but I like it and find that the KEY benifit to having it is the increased ability to aim more accuratly and consistantly shoot better.
The durability seems to be holding up very well, I do not knowtice anything that is differant from when this gun was first purchased 3 months ago. It is not the lightest gun, but as long as you have seen the light of day in the last week, your going to be strong enough to play with this gun and not complain about your arms being sore. (But if thats the case, maybe its good they are sore, a lil work out wouldn't kill you would it...)
Conclusion: I gave this marker a 9 out of 10.
The only reason it did not score perfectly is because with its current trigger system, it does not utalize its feeding system. I do not think that the EGrip is needed for woodsball play, but a Responce Trigger would greatly increase the Balls Per Second (BPS) and I would feel like this gun would be operating to its potencial.
All and all, if you play outside, GREAT gun, superiour distance, great accuracy, highly functional and durable, and lots of fun to play with.
I got a type3 laser sight on mine, and it works great DAY and night, despite what people may tell you. (type3 is the perfect level of visability, look to spend $50 for a good one and make sure its a 3/8" dovetail if you get one, its what I use.)
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
the_ion Friday, February 3rd, 2006 | 1:08 pm PST
where do you get white box paint for $20 with free shipping
   

sureshot98 Wednesday, July 26th, 2006 | 7:25 am PST
The response trigger blows. i used to have one and it kept jamming on me. its a piece of crap. the extra 50 bucks is worth it for the e trigger. the pull is lighter and one of the modes shoots for every pull and release of the trigger. so if you shoot 6 bps with the stock tirgger, you will be shooting 13+ with the etrig. not to mention that the full auto would be sweet. with the flatline barrel you could hit a guy 3 or 4 times just by holding it down for a half a second. my friend has the same setup as u do w/o the remote. trust me you wont regret buying the trigger.
   

Isca_Cahomee Friday, December 1st, 2006 | 5:01 pm PST
If the ball breaks in the barrel you don't actually have to take it off. We used a straight shot squeegee to clean one out at a game last saturday and it worked great. And if you're having problems with the response trigger try a firestorm crank, from what i've seen they work great.
   

sportsnutk20 Sunday, March 13th, 2011 | 11:36 am PST
i know this is a great gun but im having trouble aiming with the stock because of my mask. Am i holding the gun wrong?
   

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