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dagreat Wednesday, December 20th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
SL74, 06 Ego, Etek, Bobby Long Timmy :), Spyders, WG65, Tippman 98/A5, Triad and many other cheap markers!
Marker Setup: Empire Reloader or Evo3, jds, cp hpr, clamping feedneck, Evil Pipe Kit, and a drop forward
Strengths: Light, shoots fast, durable
Weaknesses: Replaced stock LPR with JDS (+/-1 fps)
Review: After loving woodsball and my WG65, I decided the WG was a bit to heavy to lug around speedball courses. The ICD FS7 is light, fast and accurate.

Around or under 2 lbs...darn light for an 05 gun!

Quick, quick, quick! The gun shoots ropes with little to no kick at all. If you do have a kick...adjust your hpr/lpr settings cuase you screwed up somewhere.

Good paint...nails! Bad paint (Monster Balls that have been sitting around for months), just as good as any other paint slinger

Well, not as good as the high end markers. I read the FS8 is suppose to greatly improve...but what the heck, I paid for all day air!

Solid gun. I have had to glue the led switch in place and replace the lpr...but after a couple years of hard playing...I dont think that is too bad (and I am not gentle). It does, when she doesnt feel like working, leak air like crazy from the bolt. A little playing around normally gets her going quickly.

Very quiet with no kick. Compare it to my etek, you cant even hear it.

HPR and LPR are easy to adjust (and screw up if you dont know what you are doing). It has a Quick Release for field stripping (every field I go to says "wow, that's cool." Extremely easy to take a part and reassamble.

Conclusion: Overall, a great little gun that can compete against the big boys. The FS8 has a higher cycle rate/ROF and better effenciency...but the FS7 is a great marker!
9 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, August 15th, 2007 at 11:10 pm PST

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