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navysealguy Tuesday, April 4th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Tippmann
Spyders
Pirahna's
Angel G7 fly
Impulse
NME LE
BLACK MAGIC (best marker EVER)
Timmy's of all shapes and sizes
Marker Setup: Black Magic
45/4500
Full Freak
Halo B
Recommended
Upgrades:
First and foremost is the need for a new barrel. The stock 9 inch one is one of the worst stock barrels I've shot and it breaks big bore paintballs like none other.

The other upgrade would be a compressed air tank. This gun works with CO2 but it is an absolute miracle when you get it running on compressed air.
Strengths: Price/value-
Performance-
Weight- .
Weaknesses: maintanance-
Leaks-
Chopping-
Review: Pro's
1)Price/value- this marker can be purchased online or in a Dick's for very little cost
2)Performance-The Vexor will outshoot a tippmann with ease
3)Weight- with the intricate milling a lot of weight has been dropped from this marker

Con's
1) maintanance-It needs a lot of upkeep to make it run at 100%
2)Leaks- If you don't tighten everything down before you play a leak is likely to spring
3)Chopping-if conditions aren't perfect then you are likely to have quite a few breaks and jams

The marker will perform well enough for when you are just starting to play (1-8 months) but once you move onto more serious paintball you will definately need to move up. This marker doesn't handle rain well. After getting wet you will need to fully strip and clean the gun to keep it functioning. It also has no clamping feed neck so don't even bother trying to slide any where with this marker.
Conclusion: An alright entry level marker keep in mind that it will be outshot by its electric cousin, the spyder. all in all, if you are new and want a decent marker for a reasonable price, this is the one for you.
Rating:
5 out of 10
 

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