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Kano2001 Saturday, December 2nd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Previous markers that remind me of an ego would be

AKA Viking and Excalibur w/ Tadao minus about 10 pounds :)
Shocker w/ HE and m7
Marker Setup: 06 Ego
star reg
Tit. Ram w/ swapped spring
dye UL
Tadao
45/45 empire ignition
Recommended
Upgrades:
For 1200 dollars brand new..it comes so you don't have to upgrade it.

But just for fun and for some change I got
Barrel
board( b/c I don't like the optiswitch)
Tit Rammer
Strengths: Light
balances well
Can easily shoot 15 bps consistently
Weaknesses: I havn't encountered a serious problem yet
Review: Efficient- Out of the box I got about 1300 shots off a 45/45

Consistent- I was very impressed with the consistency out of the box. I had a set of 6 strings at 279. Throughout the first day out with it I had a deviation of +/- 8 which is awsome. It can only get better when the reg breaks in.

Easy maintenance. I'm not sure if its just me, but this marker is really easy to take apart and work with, but I"m a tinkerer and I like to figure things out, worst comes to worse if you mess up, u can send it to p.e. Oil on the rammer and bolt o-rings, lube on reg and lpr. SIMPLE

LIGHT- lighter than my shocker setup and balances out better


I wouldn't call this a weakness, but more of an annoyance.

It took me sometime to get used to the opti switch but then I switched to the Tadao board which comes with a microswitch so it was all good. And gettin paint stuck in the opti switch and trigger. ITs not hard but annoying to clean out b/c the triiger sticks and has more resistance with the paint stuck in ut




Theres not much to say, For the money you throw down for this, u should be gettin a perfect top of the line marker; and you do, no doubt about it. I have fallen in love with this marker and prob will be keeping it for a long time , while I replenish my savings account money in which I used to buy this marker.

Conclusion: You cannot be disappointed, its nearly impossible

I give it a 9 just because technology will always be progressing and better markers will always be coming out in the near future
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, December 2nd, 2006 at 12:54 pm PST
 

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