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NakedBaller Thursday, February 16th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month14 of 15 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
DMs (slightly better), Angels (not as good), Shockers/Ions (bolt is identical...DYE is suing SP cause of this, thus, Proto/DYE > SP), etc.
Marker Setup: Proto Marix 6 (Black Dust)
DYE Ultralite Frame w/ Sticky3 Grip (Red)
DYE Ultralite 14" Barrel (Black Dust)
DYE Throttle Tank 68/4500 w/ DYE Rhino Tank Cover (Red)
HALO B Hopper (Black) w/ RipDrive
Recommended
Upgrades:
1. A fast hopper with eye activated feed (i.e. HALO B), not sound (i.e. Empire Reloaders), unless you use dark shelled paint, because it may have trouble "hearing" the PM6...
2. If you got an extra 250$ to spend, buy the DYE Ultralite Frame - it will make the PM6 even more lighter, more sexy, and the trigger is MUCH better than the stock one.
Strengths: 1. Weight
2. Looks
3. Kick
4. Sound
Weaknesses: 1. Fragile eye wires may cause problems, however, that is about it.
Review: 1. Looks = 10/10

The PM6 is a beauty. Flawless milling and anondizing will DEFINENTLY turn heads.

2. Weight = 10/10

The PM6 is crazy light and with an UL fame, it weighs even less.

3. Sound = 10/10

The PM6 makes a hardly noticible pffft sound and it is so quite that my friends Empire Reloader had trouble feeding it because it couldn't hear it!

4. Kick = 10/10

The PM6 has barely any kick whatsoever due to its low operating pressure.

5. Price = 10/10

The PM6 could hold its own against many $1000+ dollar makers despite being significantly less expensive.

6. Reliability/Quality = 10/10

I have personally not had any problems with my PM6, however, my friends PM6 did have some problems with the eye wire tearing.

7. Customer Service = 10/10

Since I have not had any problems I cannot first handedly say that the customer servicer is superb, however, my friend who ripped his eye wires said that the customer service was just absolutely amazing and reliable.

NOTE: These ratings are based on markers of similar build (i.e. spools) and in the same relative price range ($700 to $1200).
Conclusion: WORTH EVERY SINGLE PENNY (all 92,500 of em)! If you are considering this and are unsure, I would HIGHLY reccomend buying it.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, February 22nd, 2006 at 1:02 pm PST
 

Review Comments
j-man19 Saturday, June 3rd, 2006 | 11:11 am PST
im gitin a pm6 and i already have a 16 inch stiffi that will go on it and im gona git the ul frame and a carbon bolt.... how much do u reckon itl weigh after that stuff
   

mooniniteman Saturday, July 1st, 2006 | 11:18 am PST
What are your settings? Dwell and LPR?
   

PaintnSk8r Sunday, October 1st, 2006 | 1:36 pm PST
Hey great review im gettin a pm6 and i was wondering if you knew how fast they shoot exactly. thx
   

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