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CCCAAAMMM Sunday, October 15th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Marker Setup: Lucky Stage 5, Element V2 Frame, Lucky Stage 4 w/ Mac Noid, Lucky Stage 1 V3, Kila Reaction Detents, Hybrid Push-Button On/Off, Smartparts Q-Lock, Dye Hyper 2, 14 inch Dye Ultralight, Clippard QEV, VP Scythe Trigger, Hybrid Grips, DM Membrane Pad, Lucky Colored Eyes and Custom anno done by Gruntbull Anodizing.
Strengths: True BOB, has Lucky Stage 2 and 3 built in, looks amazing.
Weaknesses: None but there was only 99 made so its hard to find one used.
Review: I have to say this is one of the nicest bodies ever made for the Ion, hell I bet it is the nicest body made for a paintball gun. While the body looks very nice they did not cut any corners when thinking about the performance, the Stage 5 has the Stage 2 and 3 built into it, a down fall about the Stage 2 and 3 are you can not use a bolt that has 2 o-rings on the tail, I found this out the hard way. Also the body is a true BOB body, this means all you have to do is unscrew the BOB cap and pull the bolt out, the Stage 5 is the only true BOB body for the Ion, with all others you have to unscrew the rear banjo/etc.. The Stage 5 comes wired with Lucky Wired Eyes, when I was hoping it would of came with colored eyes but it did not, but I bought some later anyways. The only bad thing is that only 99 were made so it is very hard to find one that someone is selling, if you can you have to empty out your pockets to pay the $250+ price tag.
Conclusion: In conclusion I will rate the Lucky Stage 5 a 9/10, I did not rate it a 10/10 because there were only 99 made, they cost more to buy used then they cost to buy brand new and it is very hard to find someone who is selling a Stage 5.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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