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Rastis2 Thursday, January 19th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Various Spyders,Tippmanns,and Gamefaces
Marker Setup: Spyder Fenix ACS 05 ,14'' Smart Parts Boss Progressive,20oz CO2,and Apache LED 05.
Barrel and Hopper
Strengths: Speed,ACS,and Display
Weaknesses: Nothing to me
Review: When I first saw this marker on the web I knew I had to get one.Ordered it off the web as soon as i got the money (which is not very much at $185.00). I went ahead and got the 14'' Boss Progressive barrel and Apache Hopper. This was my first electronic gun
and i was a bit weary. Came the next week and had a few leaks; a crescent wrench and some teflon tape fixed that. Gased it up and loaded hopper with 6 month old Super Swirls,Never missed a shot. Then blew threw some old balls we had lying around,could tell when the ACS saved a ball because it would sound like a dry fire.
Been playing on low end paintballs due to money issues and there is no real problem except for the occasional dry fire. Tearing up the fields ever since. Some people say CO2 is a problem,but in a warmer climate such as texas i have never had a problem with CO2.(and in my opinion HPA and Nitro are to expensive). I really liked the display because it was easy to read at night during woods-ball and easy to change settings.
Conclusion: I bought this marker on a whim and i am very impressed. Great quality but cant give it a perfect 10 because the hoses where leakey. Everything else was perfect.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
seanrquinn Thursday, January 19th, 2006 | 8:42 pm PST
just wondering, does ur gun need to be cocked a cm or so while under high ROFS? thats cuz of the c02 and u can fix that with nitro... and if ur at a speedball field like me, the prices are the same...

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