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chopper22 Friday, November 24th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Ion, Angel, Alias Intimidator, Ego (tested)
Marker Setup: GEN 3 FEP Quest
Gold Member Bolt
Bionic Headlock
Snatch Pin
Sly Pro Carbon Barrel
Dye Throttle 68ci. 4500psi
The stock barrel is great but if your looking for precision accuracy try a barrel kit.
Strengths: Light, Fast, Easy to Walk and hold Consistant, Very Efficient.
Weaknesses: I can't think of a one.
Review: With my experience with the FEP Quest I have have never played let alone shot a better marker. The trigger set-up is beautiful. When i first shot the marker I checked for bounce, and yes it did have a slight bounce, but easy to fix and still legal if i hadn't.

Walking this thing was easier than riding a bike, I was able to hold a constant 17bps over the chronograph (assuming it was accurate).

Once the regulator broke in and the addition of Gold Member Bolt I was able to shoot 2056 paintballs of a 68ci 4500 psi tank. 1897 shots dry firing. (NXL mode at 15bps, timed, and a calculator to do the math).

The weight is very similar to an Ego, some say is lighter, some say heavier, to me it does'nt matter because once you get in to the high end electronic markers it's all personal preference.

The programming of te board is so simple to do a baby could do it. The eyes tell you EVERYTHING. If the marker is not functioning properly all you need to do is a factory reset, with literally only takes 10 seconds.
Conclusion: Myself and my teammates own 6 Quests. We feel that they are the best markers we have ever shot, and I'm not going to tell you that you have to buy one because they're the best, because it's personal preference. But if your looking for a different marker definetly give it a look. I myself have no desire to buy another marker for a very long time because the Quest has everything that I could possibly want in a paintball marker.

If I could I would give it a rating of 15 because to me this marker have up and beyond limitaions.
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, November 24th, 2006 at 11:51 pm PST

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