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Cearp09 Friday, December 29th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Ego6 and Angels, they are quite similar with the Optical Trigger system, speed, eye technology, Boards, etc...

Also DMs feel different but the T-Board setup is similar.
Marker Setup: Gold Limited Edtition DP Fusion
New 8-Mode Board
Possibly a Freak Kit, but the stock barrel is two-peice, has great porting, and is quite accurate.
Strengths: -Extremely Fast
-Electronics are easy
-Easy maintenance
-RAPS system, clamping feed, 2-Peice Barrel
Weaknesses: -Just a bit on the heavy side... 2.5 lbs.
-Everyone wants to shoot it.
Review: I first opened the box and flipped because it was so pretty. It sparkled this awsome shade of gold and screamed "PIMP." So, I took it out and I was pleasantly surprised to see the Allen Wrench set included along with O-Rings and a large, big-print manual! I slapped a new battery in, the easiest thing in the world, and it lit up blue. I checked all the modes, they worked great. The Optical Trigger System is ridiculous. It is the best trigger in the world after some spring tinkering. It feels exactly like an Angel One's pull. The RAPS (Rapid Air Pressurizing System) is incredible too, it is an on/off ASA that uses an easy lever instead of annoying screws, which makes it simple to tell if your air is on or not. Once I aired it up and slapped a Halo on it, I noticed how Lo-Rise the feedneck was, which made for a great profile. I shot it on all the modes, and kept the pressure at 260, optimal. It hit its 25 bps cap easily and I only had one barrel break in 1500 rounds of crappy Wrek paint in 34* weather.

This gun is truly a high-end marker, not a bad imitation like the Promaster or the Wrath or any of that. It uses the FASOR system, which is similarly used in Timmies and Egos, but it uses it the way it was MEANT to be used, creating one of the best markers I have ever had the pleasure of shooting.
Conclusion: This is simply the best, I give you my personal guarentee that you will NOT be dissappoitned.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
skinner31 Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007 | 11:02 am PST
that is not heavy considering i have been shooting a spyder for about 5 months

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