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WeedWacker Friday, October 27th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month13 of 15 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Smart Parts Impulse- much higher end which is quite eveident but I never expected that from this gun
Marker Setup: CCI Phantom In-line CA and bulk feed with Revvy

SP Impulse w/eyes, q-lock clamping feed neck, CP body, CP micro-razor drop, Egg II, still need on/off asa and a nitro tank (selling my Max-flo)
Recommended
Upgrades:
As stated above a trigger mod would be good.
Barrel (I ordered a sniper barrel for giggles and kicks. will probably go on my prospective tactical marker)
Mostly for preference, but grips might be a good idea
Strengths: Works (for now)
looks nicer than it is
uses both CO2 and N2
Weaknesses: Has a heavy trigger pull
Gas hog
Review: Well I finaly put paint through it and was not dissapointed. It shot straight and didn't break paint even when I tried. i used the revvy so that mighta been it. But that means that all I would need would be the revvy so it's all good. the barrel is very loud. very. I was shooting with a friend who recently bought a game face.. um.. somthing low end mech and that stock barrel was quieter than mine. There was not considerable drop off of gas when on auto or burst but I didn't have a chrono handy so it coulda been cranked all the way open for all I know.

[Edit} I was using it with a 20 oz. CO2 tank and after a whileit started to foire the first shot on burst but the noid clicked the other two times and no paint came out. Then again I was shooting as much as I could and the barrel was frosted over so it could have been frozen internals. anyway I let it defrost and it worked fine. I also have had problems with the 20 oz. CO2 not forming a good seal when xcrewed in but it usually fits fine if I use some gun oil on the threads first.
Conclusion: This marker is a basic electro starter gun. nothing fancy about it just a gun that hoots balls and lets you have fun. above average in my opinion but definitly not amazing. The barrel is better than most stock that I have used (not many) but it is definitly worth it for a beginner although I saw a deal for a trilogy sport with gogs, a pack with pods, CO2 tank, and sqeegee and barrel sleeve for $100. Woulda got that if I had seen it first but hey, this gun was originally to help some friends start and it's working great right now.
Rating:
7 out of 10Last edited on Friday, October 27th, 2006 at 12:57 pm PST
 

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