Smart Parts Ion, Spyder Imagine, PM5, Viewloader Triad
Spyder Fenix ACS Green, Viewloader Revvy, 14 inch Proto One Piece, Dye Sticky grips, and (soon) Fireball Mountain Delrin Trigger
New Barrel! and an Electronic Hopper, and you might wanna run it on air not Co2
NEVER EVER CHOPS, looks, fast rof, upgradable
Heavy, bad stock barrel, bad stock grips
Okay, seriously the only problems with the Fenix can be upgraded for about 50 bucks, and it fires just as well as any ion but maybe a little louder, but that doesn't really matter.
Everyone says the delrin acs bolt chops all over the place but I'd like to dispute, I've gone through over 2,000 balls of paint, and not chopped a single ball whatsoever.
Maybe some people say that 13 bps is too slow for them, for me it's just fine. If not just get a t-board and it maxes out at 24 bps, isn't that fast enough for you?
With a new barrel such as a Proto Barrell, Evil Driver, Twister Barrell, any kit of your choice, or an ultralite or boomstick, or even a PMI razzor, you'll have good accuracy that can travel the entier field without straying more than a few inches, i painted 50 shots inside a 6 inch radius from about 50 feet away with this gun at about 10bps.
Okay, that is the Fenix's one flaw, it's a little on the heavy side, but i like it personnally, it makes me feel like i've got some defense.
Almost flawless gun that is way under rated. Get it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, May 12th, 2006 at 11:18 am PST
thanks the review helped i agree u do need a better barrel and grips but i also think it needs a better dropfoward because its kind of awkward and fornt heavy and i also agree that its heavy so keep reviewing eduacted reviewer
Jacob, the T-board does not max out at 34 bps. It can only go about 24 tops. You need to write better reviews that actualy help people. (forget about the previous comment...lol) you don't have an FBM trigger, and I don't think you even know how good a razzor barrel is. Oh well, keep getting new stuff, I like your Fenix anyway.
Last edited on Thursday, May 11th, 2006 at 4:07 pm PST