UL frame, UL barrel, Aluminum feedneck, dye on/off
Fantastic shooting gun, inexpensive, perfect for someone starting tournement play.
A lot of polymere parts, needs more aluminum or metal, whatever they use.
This gun is awesome, we picked it up for my brother NOV. 9 and were supposed to be either the first or second one in the untied states with the gun. We took it home and shot it right away and it never chopped, very accurate even with the stock barrel, a little louder than the DM6 but shoot almost the same. Feels really good in your hand and the accuracy blowed me away. Definetly recomend to newer or just anyone that doesnt want to spend a lot of money on a gun.
A+ gun...i recomend to anyone that doesnt want to spend a lot on a gun or anyone newer player
Just how fast does the rail shoot? Also does it have a ramping mode? I really don't know much at all about this gun, and I'm taking a look at this before i go and get an ion. However i don't know if its worth the extra cash. Please list some reasons why it would be better than an ion. Thanks.
Last edited on Monday, November 20th, 2006 at 8:40 am PST
IT IS DEFFINITLY WORTH THE PRICE BECAUSE I WENT TO GO BUY THE ION A WEEK AGO AND I WAS TOLD BY THE SALES PERSON WHO IS VERY EDUCATED IN THE PAINTBALL FIELD TO WAIT FOR THIS GUN SO I AM WAITING HE ALSO TOLD ME THAT IF I BOUGHT THE ION I WOULD BE DISSAPOINTED WHEN THIS CAME OUT BECAUSE ITS A LOT BETER
hey, pballa, i think u should also look at the smart parts epiphany, which is obviousley better than an ion, and this. i think the fire is uncapped but i dunno 4 shure. but i have the same dilema that you have between this or an ion or the epiphany and i not sure what to get 4 christmas. i think that since proto is basically a dye company that you can trust, but smart parts is great too