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relbot Friday, August 4th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Spyder Imagine - this gun was a good entry level reliable gun, not nearly as awesome as this.
Marker Setup: Rex R3 @ 275psi w/ eyes and delrin bolt.
stripped stock reg, stripped macroline.
Remote nipple into bottom of front grip
MacDev Conquest 65/4500 with remote line
Halo B w/ victory board
16" Empire Twister Barrel
Barrel - surprised how accurate the stock .693 is with X ball silver.
If you buy this gun and want another barrel, the Empire Twister is amazingly accurate and consistant, once you learn it's slight curve, you could one shot someone in the face across an xball field. Excellent for woodsball near branches and twigs.
remove the bottom line reg.
Don't buy this unless you get a fast as hell loader.
Strengths: Wicked looks, price and almost no kick!
Quick to clean.
Has eye
Weaknesses: Kinda sloppy trigger.

Grip is slightly big

Not for beginners, or people with no clue.
Review: I bought this for 185 US, and after a little bit of tinkering, it's working flawlessly, and I expect it to last me several years.

Air this thing up and watch the bolt fly at 30 shots a second... Don't do this in the city.

Quick to clean; pull the pin on the bolt, slide it out the back, and you can look through your gun instantly. Kinda sloppy trigger. Adjusting makes it nicer.

As mentioned, you should take this gun apart to check it out, just to satisfy your mind after spending only 185 on a high end marker like this.
When you buy this gun, take it apart and make sure it's all good, and so you can see what your gun is all about.

I'll admit there were a few pieces of metal I filed down a hair to make it fit around the eye wire, and inside the frame near the solenoid where the small hose goes to the back of the gun.

30bps is no gimmick, if you are hardcore enough, get a halo b hopper with a vic board and some ramped batteries, and you'll shoot a rope. If you just keep it on semi, you should cap it to 15 and nothing will go wrong even with the eye off.

Nice ball counter, and wicked milling and feedneck.
Conclusion: Looking for a good deal, and you don't mind checking over your gun before you play, then buy this gun. Lots of adjustments to suit the player, and it comes with a tool kit enough to take the gun right apart, minus the crecent wrench. Get em while you can, they put a pause on making these, while they keep supporting the ones they've made. 9.5 because of the price.
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, August 7th, 2006 at 1:22 pm PST

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