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murda42 Friday, January 27th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Tadao 5.0, WAS 3.0, nerve board
Marker Setup: 05 vision shocker with predator, free flow bolt, CP roller trigger, NDZ clamping feedneck
Strengths: Easy to install
Easy menu for settings
Many setting options
Weaknesses: Very quick shut-off mode
Review: I will start by saying that most of the top end boards are really going to be very similar in options and performance. The predator board is one of those high end boards that offer everything under the sun. If there is a mode that you want this board has it. The board is very user friendly for programing and using. Just hold down the trigger and turn the marker on and you're in program mode. Select the setting and click away to put in your setting.
My only complaint is that the board has an auto shut off program, which will turn the marker off if it isn't in use. This is done to save batteries, but it shuts off very fast. Not that big a deal, though
Conclusion: I would definately recomend this board
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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