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sergeantrex Wednesday, November 15th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
My son's Bushmaster. Seems to operate the same way. I am not a marker tech nor did I crack it open but it seems to work in a similar way. Also shot a few IONs
Marker Setup: Nexus cocker E2, MQ valve, Empire loader
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel kit
Strengths: Value, Ease of use. Perfect for newbies, shoot fast on a budget and light.
Weaknesses: Newer product cant tell if it is reliable over time and heavy use.
Review: I bought two of these one for my 15 year old and my 10 year old. I see a lot of young people getting into paintball buying marginal stuff. They seem to go away frustrated. I think that Walmart quality guns frustrate kids and some are even turned off of the sport because of poor quality equipment. You cant have fun in paintball if your chopping paint or your gun just freezes up all the time. For about 350-400 you can get a fusion. For about the same price you can upgrade an ION.

My first impression of this gun is that it's light. My son say's it's way better than totin around his Bushmaster.

I shot a few IONs and always hated the stock trigger. the fusion trigger is easy to walk and gets real decent rates of fire right out of the box.

I like the simplicity of the two switches inside the grip. You can ramp it up to 20 bps way cool! The locking feedneck is the best Iv'e seen.

This is certainly not an EGO or any of the other high end markers but it can shoot darn near as fast. A lot of bells and whistles only confuse new paintballers. Dangerous Power put a lot of thought into the desing, features and simplicity of this gun and priced it right too.

Time will tell if it's reliable or not. My Marker tech is really impressed with this gun he said that there is no need to upgrade the reg or anything.

Conclusion: Dangerous Power has made a real good marker, the high end marker companies need to pay attention, Dangerous power is in thier rear view mirror. I give it a 10 comparing it to similar priced Markers compared to high end stuff its probably a solid 8 or 9.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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