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PanicCali Friday, June 2nd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Marker Setup: Stock Rex RX
Empire 2 Sound Activated Loader
Longer Barrel (if playing deep)
Strengths: Awesome out-of-the-box marker for the price
Low-rise neck stock
Weaknesses: Because there is not "automatic" regulator, shot power varies with each shot (to an extent)
Review: Really only used this marker twice, but it was much better than the previous marker I used. Only had experience with a Sypder Sonix, which I got as part of a starter kit, and of course, the RX blows it out of the water. Kinda hard comparing a mechanical with an electronic marker, but the RX is great. Once you start playing with it, it is much more consistent. It took a bit to get used to it because there are 2 adjustments on it, and I was used to the Sonix with only one adjustment, so at first, it was a little confusing. Just ask the job that you buy it at to show you the how to adjust it. While playing, it was extremely consistent and accurate. When sitting idle of a while, the first couple of shots are weak. I've heard nearly all similar markers are like that though. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a good electronic marker under $200. I picked mine up for $159.99, and it was well worth it.
Conclusion: Would recommend this marker to anyone starting out wanting a high quality marker, but not wanting to invest in a $700+ marker. The only reason the marker lost a point is because it isn't an "easy" marker to learn on.
9 out of 10Last edited on Friday, June 2nd, 2006 at 2:31 pm PST

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