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1970454chevelle Friday, July 14th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
I also own an 05 shocker with a virtue board
Marker Setup: Black Hybrid Traitor :
Freak Barrel Kit
Halo B with Hybrid Suicide Shell
Pure Energy 45/5000

05 Pewter Shocker:
Virtue Board
Two Peice CP Barrel Kit
CP shorty reg.
HE Bolt
ST Low Profile Feedneck
Hybrid Contract Killer Grips
CP Lightning Drop Forward
Pure Energy 72/3000
Recommended
Upgrades:
Definitely a fast loader, and the rest would be personnel preference
Strengths: Definitely Looks
Performance
Weight
Feel
Weaknesses: I haven't noticed any yet.
Review: I recently purchased the Hybrid Traitor. As soon as It came in I took it out of the box and stripped it down to make sure it was well lubed. Once it was back together I aired it up and dry fired a few rounds. It was sucking a lot of air at first. That weekend I went to my local field and chronoed the gun. It was very consistent, at 275, 276, 263, and 271. Then it was time for the moment of truth. Me and my team mates took the field, and this gun rocks. It was very accurate and fast. I loved it. Once we got to playing I noticed the gun was not using that much air at all. I know most guns have to get broken in before they start performing like they are supposed to. So, I am assuming this is why it was sucking so much air at first. I had done a little adjusting on the dwell and the PSI settings on the reg, but not enough to make that huge of a difference. This gun grabs so much attention it is not even funny. I had the Refs and the Owner asking to look at it, as well as fellow players. I cant say enough about this gun. I have contemplated putting my shorty reg and virtue board from my 05 shocker on it, but for now I really don't see a need for it. The trigger is also very nice. It is just so easy to roll, you would almost swear it was full auto. The stock board is a ramping board, and that is why I have thought about putting in my virtue.
Conclusion: I would tell anyone to buy this gun. I was going to put the price as a weakness, but I feel it is worth every penny. If you like Shockers, get your hands on a Hybrid Traitor.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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