*Regulater seems a little big, but not extremely bad
I just got it today, and I did a few tests with it. It was extremely quiet when it was dry firing, sounded like any high-end marker. Another thing I noticed, was that the trigger was extremely smooth and felt comfortable. I did a couple of test shots and it was pretty accurate. The stock barrel was pretty nice for being stock. I hit a 7 inch round target from about 25 feet away 9 times out of 10 and it was rainy outside. It is also a little louder when you shoot a paintball, then when you are dry firing. Over all it was a really nice marker and I would highly recommend it.
Like I said earlier, I would highly recommend this marker. It isn't the best, but it is certainly worth it for $400.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, December 22nd, 2006 at 3:21 pm PST
Also, I was looking into which hopper I should get. I narrowed it down to 3...a)Halo B Speed: 22+ balls/second (burst rate 50+bps!) - True Force Feed Technology, Belt Drive
b)Halo B V35 - Speed: 35+ balls/second (burst rate 50+bps!) True Force Feed Technology, Belt Drive, or c)Halo B V35 w/Rip Drive - Speed: 35+ balls/second (burst rate 50+bps!) True Force Feed Technology, Belt Drive. Rip Drive