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suntzu_baller Monday, August 21st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Multiple timmys
Imps
Cockers
Angels
Marker Setup: Adrenalin Imp w/ blackheart
-14in AA-freak,
-extreme rage feedneck,
-strange bolt
-empire rail & on/off
-68/4500 aci
-evo II w/z-board

Agel IR3
-fbm trigger
-fbm hooker feedneck
-14 in. ultralite
-revy w/ impeller
Recommended
Upgrades:
The only thing so far that I find you might want to get would be a new barrel (though the stock one is better than most stock).
Strengths: Cheaper than other egos
Modes
Light
Weaknesses: What weaknesses?
Review: After all the hype surrounding the egos I decided to check out the only one I'd consider buying and I wasn't disappointed-

First of all the E-tek is WAY cheaper than other egos and comes with more than most other guns in its price range. Numerous people have told me they want the sl-66 but it's 1900 freakin dollars! Talk about excessive! You could have two of these babies for only 1500. Also I know many are crazy about the pm's and the minions but let's face it: They only come in semi. The ego has all the modes you need.

Another thing is the internal setup: At first I was worried that it would be tough to work on (never used an ego before). However upon examination I found that it is much like the timmys, and anyone can work on a timmy.

The trigger you have to work with because at first it's kinda stiff. However even a lawn gnome can whip this thing around and send a tight rope down the tape. It is very compact and lite.
Conclusion: I would go for it because it cost the same as other high end markers yet comes with all the modes plus some good stock features: feedneck, bottomline, etc.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, August 22nd, 2006 at 5:31 pm PST
 

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