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crudeidol Sunday, September 3rd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
3 years
Products Used:
I've shot a few Spool markers before, but nothing is quite like this.
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98C heavily modified, TASCO Tac-Stock, Unknown brand drop forward- on/off, VL Quantum hopper, 5" JCS Shorty, 14" J&J Ceramic
barrel, probably a new reg, various little modifications to improve performance
Strengths: It's quiet, light weight, unique, and has a low operating pressure.
Weaknesses: It's old, and parts may not be readily available
Review: I've had the honor of borrowing my friend's Mayhem, and I love it.. it's quiet, good looking, unique, and a head turner on the field..

it works great on CO2, and Nitro alike, although I think its a little more economical to use Nitro, but that might not be so..

One very awesome thing is that it operates on such low pressures that with some ingenuity an adapter can be made so that the Mayhem can be run off of a shop air compressor, like the ones pneumatic tools use. I've actually done this, and its really easy to make the adapter as well!!
Conclusion: If you can find one of these for a decent price, working or not, snatch it up, but good luck finding one!
8 out of 10

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