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RavenSPe Sunday, June 18th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month35 of 35 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Ion, E-99/Avant, Rodeo, Wrath, BKO, etc. etc.
Marker Setup: Stock Electra W/Eyes
Q-loader system
PMI 72ci 3000psi Steel
Recommended
Upgrades:
None as of yet, possibly changing feed neck, lowering PSI/Changing spring sets.
Strengths: Quality
Speed
Reliability
Accuracy
Sticky Grip
Great Stock Barrel
Regulator
Weaknesses: Feed neck
Review: I came across this gun mostly by chance and decided to purchase it and not too much to my surprise it's a great gun. It shoots remarkably fast and the trigger pulls can be custumized to you, great for tweaking that "Sweet Spot." I was impressed by how accurate the stock barrel is too, the spiral porting looks great and while inspecting the inside of the barrel I immediately noticed the spiral milling. And one thing I really like about the barrel is it doesn't have that retarded "Muzzle Break." Because seriously, they don't do anything but chop paint.

It's also a very light and durable marker, I'm a pretty rough player and I've already shown this gun off 3 different days at my favorite field, not a scratch. I play mostly woods ball but I custumized my trigger pulls to work well in all types of play. My bottom trigger is not very light, that way I could easily just pull single shots with one finger in woods ball, but I made my top trigger was VERY light. That way I could quickly jump to speed ball and lay down a line. I don't find the kickback to be very hard either, it does come stock with a delrin bolt and isn't very heavy, then again, I run around with a 5lb N2 tank and Q-loader that almost everyone else would complain about. Go lift some weights! Oh yeah, no chops or misfires through two boxes of Karnage! 4,000 rounds.

Anyways, I can't find much to complain about with the gun, ofcourse some after market parts may be better (What gun doesn't have that problem?) I don't plan on changing anything personally except probably my spring sets so I can lower PSI and save some air, but the gun already comes stock at 500PSI. And the feedneck, tho feeling a bit cheap, it worked PERFECTLY for my q-loader. I just unscrewed the ring, sliped it over my insert, put the large o-ring on the bottom side and screwed it in, doesn't move at all now! Love it and if u don't, you'd probably buy an aftermarket one anyway.
Conclusion: Can't complain much, only spent $250 and got a very reliable gun that can compete with anything out there. The only thing I wish it could have had is extra features like game timer, lcd screen, shot counter, and little things like that, but that's getting really picky! There's only a few things I can imagine people not liking which are the feedneck and regulator. So what tho, u saved enough buying this gun, go upgrade! Very easy to do!
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
redneckalldaway Thursday, August 31st, 2006 | 2:48 pm PST
Hey man this gun has one of the best stock feednecks out there so stop tellon lies
   

^_^ Saturday, September 9th, 2006 | 4:53 pm PST
It's a low pressure gun right? And is it better than the Ion?
   

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