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sactownslappies Wednesday, October 18th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
4 years2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Karnivor - E2 (accurate, fast,not as reliable as the automag family)
Shocker - nerve board (very similar, not as consistent with velocity as a mag)
Nerve (one of my favorite guns, but requires more attention to keep working properly)
05 Ego - virtue board (ego is the best, but still does not compare when it comes to ease of use and reliability)
68 automag (one of my first guns over 13 years ago - still kicks a**)
Marker Setup: Nerve - nerve board (obviously), freak kit, halo "boarded", 68-3000 x-fire)
05 Ego - virtue board, empire loader, dye boomstick, 68-4500 x-fire, etc)
Micro E-Mag 3.2 - eggy boarded, dye boomstick, 684500 x fire
68 mag - don't really use anymore
Recommended
Upgrades:
New programming (depending on what yours came with) - recommended 3.2 or the predator board if you want ramping
Strengths: Low Maintenance!!!!
Consisent Velocity
Fast (if you have fast fingers or ramping) 26bps
Looks good

Weaknesses: Gas Hog
Hard on paint
upgrades hard to come by
Battery pack is heavy
Review: After 12-13 years of paintball I've owned or used every type of marker from pgp's to egos, and the mags and cockers are the only two that still haven't been outdated, or needed much improvement to still be competative.
I love my e-mag, always will. I may not use every time I play, but I will still take it up against other timmy's, ego's, angels, and hold my own. The e mag is still just as fast as any other gun (provided you have the software for it).
If you want to compete using an emag you just need to:
*relocate the battery pack (it is way to heavy)
*get a predator board (so you have ramping)
*put a foamy on your bolt (because it is hard on paint without)
*make sure level 10 bolt is installed (never chop a ball again)
*install eyes (if you don't trust the level 10)
Conclusion: Awesome - This gun will never let you down. New/ young players will always be asking "hey is that an old shocker or something??" You can tell them, this is where shockers came from. Or tell them, "don't you know that this is what Oh Pawlak uses??? ":). anyways, buy one!!
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, October 18th, 2006 at 11:19 pm PST
 

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