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Ace34 Monday, January 8th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Marker Setup: Spyder MR2
eVlution auto feeder
Auto feeder
Strengths: Accurate
Weaknesses: Heavy also sometimes to big
Review: First day I got this gun I brought it out back and shot off about 10-20 balls at bucket on semi-auto around 100ft away, the gun shot pretty accurately there. Then I tryed full-auto with an eVlution loader and it seemed to work fine there too. However when first using the gun to play (woodsball) the gun w/ the stock and a CORE deadsight and ofcourse the eletric loader, I could not move around conviently. I found myslef getting hit over and over without getting a *single hit on my opponent. The next day we went back out except only this time I used the gun without the stock, a plastic loader, and no CORE deadsight or even the sight rail for that matter. I destroyed my opponent. I was able to move much more conviently and *alot faster. Very, good woodsballs gun but im sure this gun would make a decent speedball gun.
Conclusion: Overall this gun worked very well, and satsified my needs. It was everything I was looking for. Once again *great woodsball gun.
8 out of 10

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