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DokWatson Friday, November 10th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Good beginning marker
Marker Setup: Spyder MR1
200round gravity hopper
9oz tank
Smart Parts 16 inch linear rifled barrel
Better barrel
Big c02 tank
Strengths: Seems unbreakable
Easy to field strip and clean
Reliable in all weather conditions
Weaknesses: Trigger travel
Stock barrel

Review: I bought this as my first decent paintball marker. I play woods-ball with a few ROTC friends here in Alaska, and its held up in the worst conditions you could play in. The stock barrels size seemed gigantic, I couldn't find paint big enough to fit it. I bought a new Smart Parts barrel to put on it, and the bore size is actually noticeable when you look through them. The trigger has a very long travel, so popping off shots rapid fire style, isn't actually all that rapid. The finish on the metal is very good, after all the trouble my marker has been through it still works and looks as good as new. Ive heard of people shearing their detents off, I don't understand how they did this, because the bolt has a large groove that allows it to pass harmlessly past the detent, maybe they 'dry fired' without any Co2 or paint with the bolt in upside down, who knows. If you take care of this marker, im pretty sure it will last close to forever.
Conclusion: Great gun for a starter, wont break on you any time soon, doesn't cost a whole lot.
10 out of 10

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