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WildernessVoice Tuesday, May 2nd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 years
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Tippman Custom 98, Tippmann A-5
Marker Setup: Arrow Precision Inferno field model: Palmer Pursuit reg, 16" J&J ceramic barrel.
Recommended
Upgrades:
If not purchasing a Reg get your tank anti-siphon fitted.
Strengths: Rugged, reliable, lightweigth, great fit and finish, low profile (great for woodsball).
Weaknesses: Unavailable parts since Diablo stoped importing. Gun is an icemaker w/o controlling the CO2.
Review: I was fortunate enough to buy this marker when the UK was still using pounds and the dollar was not quite so weak. It was a phenominal deal then. I had already killed a marker made be a maker who will not even be named here. I had replaced the first marker with a Tippmann 98, which I still happily own. But I was envious of the prformance of my brothers much less expensive marker. So I got him to order me one.
I can't imagine trusting any marker as much as I trust my Inferno. The only times it has ever failed me is when I have failed it. It bounces back from misuse and disuse to an accurate and effective marker in any type of play after the bare minimum of maintenace.
That said, when I have let left handed friends play with my Inferno they dislike the placement of the hopper, but usually offer to buy the marker from me if I ever tire of it.
Conclusion: #1 reason to buy an Inferno: 30 second field stripping. Balls will break, even in the expensive multi electronic feature markers. It will not take you out of the game if you own an Inferno.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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