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Unregistered User Wednesday, June 13th, 2001
5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: As advertised:
efficiency, ROF, trigger, and generaly the TLC that went in to the design, construction, and finishing.

The Excalibur is bullet proof!
Weaknesses: I am at a loss for what is bad about it:

The stock grips have to go, the choice of including a .684 barrel wil confound some but those of us who use high grade paint will appreciate it.

It is expensive but so are a plethra of other high end electropneumatic tourney markers, and this one is practically hand built!
Conclusion: There is NO upgrade path for this marker, and none is neede as it includes some of the most sought after parts in the paintball industry as STANDARD.

I would like to see a ported bolt, while it would NOT be as air efficient I just like them!

Just add a good HPA/N2 system (I use the Mac Dev Conquest) and a barrel of your choice (cocker threads) and you will smoke EVERYTHING!

One suggestion, I think the Ricochet 2k is the loader to use, after testing it in the Excal I will no longer use a Revvie.
10 out of 10

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