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WillieWilson Thursday, December 7th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Ion, Tippmann Pro Carbine
Marker Setup: Spyder Xtra, PMI Razzor 14", ShockTech Delrin Bolt, Ricochet 2KX LED Hopper, Catalina 20oz CO2.
After Market Barrel, Bolt.
Strengths: Dependability
Quick Strip Pin
Simple design
Weaknesses: Loudness
Trigger Pull Length
Review: I bought this as my first marker in about June. I have not been let down. I have played with people who have all kinds of markers, Tippmanns, Autocockers, Piranhas, Orions, etc. (I guess to lots of you, "Low end markers") Anyway, I have spent a total of about $120 on this marker, and I am very happy with this gun for me, a "beginner".
This marker has only chopped paint once out of about 5000 paintballs, and that's when I was firing as fast as I could, and it hardly affected the accuracy or performance.
It "only" fires 7bps tops, but all it takes is one hit to eliminate your opponent.
Conclusion: I hihgly recommend this marker for a beginner to intermediate. I'm sure if you buy the gun and spend $200-300 upgrading it, you could get to the "professional" level. But for most of us, it will do. Compared with other guns of the same class, I'll give it an 9.
9 out of 10

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