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Guan Ero Sunday, November 19th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month11 of 16 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
PM6,DM6, DMC, DM5, Angel G7, Karnivor, Ion, other fast low end such as spyder Electra.
Marker Setup: Black/Blue Fade Proto M7, Blue Halo B Victory 35.
Tippmann A-5 Flatline, E-grip, CAR Stock, Coiled remote.
Ion, Halo B Victory 35.
None, maybe an Ultralite 14' barrel.
A fast Loader.
Strengths: -Light
-Ergonomic trigger
-Programmable psp/millenium
-Nice eyes
Weaknesses: Barrel for some people.
Review: Now lets get a list of what has changed between this marker and the PM6
- It is 1/2'' shorter in height and 3.5 oz. lighter (as the box says).
-the LPR is smaller.
-Air regulator is better.
-Milling is a bit different.
-trigger ergonomics are better (it is easier to shoot with this trigger, some may disagree, but for me its quite easier.)
-It is programmable with the PSP and Millenium modes now.
-New and much better eyes.

When I first saw the box coming to the door of my home I was very excited, shame I couldn't test it until the next day, well I spent a bit of my time reading the manuals, which were very well done and explained everything as it should be to understand this marker .

When I had the opportunity, I went to the closest air-ball field to test my new baby.
I filled my HPA tank up and was ready to shoot. I had no problems on putting my halo B V35 onto this thing, the neck is flawless, I was very excited by now, started to drop a load of WPN paintballs into my loader and went into the field to test it, I started to shoot at a ROF of 20 bps (standard) with trigger sensibility of 3 (standard is 5) yes, I like sensible triggers. my first impression was: wow this gun is accurate , and after taking the first ten shots I decided to try its speed, so cracked up my fingers and got ready to roll, I started shooting with both fingers as I saw the rope of paint coming out of this marker, I was amazed of the speed it can take without loosing any accuracy, thank God I had a Halo.

but after half of the loader was emptied problems started: paintballs started to break into the barrel, I was kinda mad because I hate to tear Apart a marker to clean its eyes, but after I took the barrel off, just figured the second part of the barrel wasn't properly screwed, thank to God (again BTW) the eye was as clean as It could be, so I took apart the barrel and cleaned it,and kept having fun all day long with no breaks In the barrel or any other kind of problems, I shot about 2000 paintballs that day.

Conclusion: If you are into pro tourney paintball and don't got the money to buy a DM7 (which Im not sure if you can buy it yet, but don't worry It'll come out). Get this marker, it won't let you down, As above I recommend it over a PM6, every single penny you spend on this one is worth in my opinion.
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, January 29th, 2007 at 6:46 pm PST

Review Comments
sp62 Monday, March 5th, 2007 | 2:49 pm PST
hey do u know if the pm7 or a shocker is better?

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