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tacoeatingmonky Thursday, April 6th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Not very similar, but a Spyder clone.
Marker Setup: ICD Promaster
Black drop forward with on/off ASA
Pure Energy 48/3000 Nitro
Dye barrel condom

Gameface Vexor Eye(Spyder Clone)
***Recocks at 160psi***
50g short-throw microswitch
32Degrees spring kit
14" J&J Ceramic
Custom shortened and polished stock bolt
Custom ported valve
Custom ported Veticle Adapter
Custom bored LPC
Dye barrel condom
Pure Energy 20oz Co2
Pure Energy 48/3000 Nitro
A clamping feedneck
A new barrel might be nice.
Strengths: Pinpoint accuracy
Decent on air
Pretty quiet
Good board settings
Weaknesses: Ummmmm.....let me think.........
Review: I just got this marker about a month ago. I took it out to my local field, got it chronoed in about 10 seconds, and started to rip. WOW!!! This thing is amazingly fast! It's so easy to keep it going. I'm a ref at my local field, so I didn't get to play any that day, but when I finally did get a chance, we did a 3-on-3, and I took out all three of their players.

I was amazed at the accuracy of this marker. I took some shots at a 1" pole from about 15' away, and I counted no less than 12 consecutive hits, with field paint.

It's pretty good in the effeciency category, too. I got no less than 600 shots off of my 48cu. inch tank at 2500psi.

It's pretty light, and it's incredibly small.

The board settings are very easy to adjust: Just flip 4 switches in different combinations.

Conclusion: One thing I vould've liked to see come with this marker is a clamping feedneck. Besides that, this marker is great right out of the box, no ups needed.
If you're in the market for a new marker but don't want to sell your firstborn to do it, this is a great buy.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
foughtwolf Thursday, April 6th, 2006 | 6:50 pm PST
um..I own one of these # 47, they are not quiet what so ever, the stcok reg is crap, laughable even. Im hoping the Lasoya promaster is better stock then the original, though I am far from bashing this thing, its a $400 timmy I tell ya.

RunningRiot Sunday, April 23rd, 2006 | 11:35 pm PST
hey, i have a question, from expierience is this a reliable gun? i might be gettin one in the next couple of months and i was wonderin if its really worth it, also do the normal promasters use the same components as the Lasoya? because id liek to put the lasoya board in it for the more tourney friendly modes, = ) good review too by teh way, and do u ha ve to change the tank out to use it? because ive heard that on some markers you have to use a hi/lo pressure tank, plz answr me ill be on sometime tomorrow. good shootin guys!

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