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Stinky Nutz Thursday, January 18th, 2007
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
1 year3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Ego
Marker Setup: Evolution-xe, max flo, smart part freak barrel
Recommended
Upgrades:
None
Strengths: Fast
Smooth as butter
Quiet
SUPER Accurate
Looks great
Hand built baby!

Weaknesses: -Not the lightest or most compact
-Can be complicated to work on
-Price
Review: I would highly recommend this gun to anyone who is looking to have the accuracy of an high end autococker, with the speed of a high end electronic marker. This thing is simply amazing. I hit a 3" wide tree in roughly the same spot about 15 times from 60 feet away. You can rip paint with the best of them and it simply has the best accuracy and range of any gun on the market (flatline barrel will give you more distance, but won't compare on accuracy). I get lots of looks on the field because people have marker envy. Often they've heard about the Evolution, but have never seen one before. They also know that anyone who pays $1500 for a marker isn't messing around.

Word to the wise: If the gun is shooting well, don't mess with the settings. Don't fix what ain't broken.
Conclusion: Buy this bad boy! Get it used if that's the only way you can afford it. Cockers have been around for a long time because they get the job done, plain & simple. Sure you could get a timmy, but that would be completely unoriginal. Those who buy timmy's care about one thing- speed. Those who buy the Evolution care about a combination of speed, accuracy, and style. We're talking about overall performance here! Now go buy one!
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Matt005 Saturday, September 13th, 2008 | 3:35 pm PST
Dispute:
(I'm NOT saying you are one of the rich guys who can't play) please don't take this dispute That Way It's not meant to be directed towards you. Good players need good guns the most.

He's right bout a few things. but I must dispute a couple things, 1. someone with a $1500 gun doesn't mean "he is not messing around" it means hes got more dollars then sense.. these guns are very accurate, quiet & fast. They are also very temperamental, expensive and sorry to say, silly to say they "mean business" they Scream MONEY! Also SCREAMS I bought it because "I can afford it" nothing more..

(I'm not saying you are one of the rich guys who can't play) please don't take this as such. Good players need good guns.
I have an X-valved Hypermag w/UTB board. I have a Vaporworks Promaster, it shoots in my opinion as well as a NXT Shocker (Vaporworks ported & polished internals), only stock part is the solenoid in the grip.

Simply put, there are better ways to say "you mean business" it is in the way you play tells me much more then your gun alone, I work on people's expensive markers (like this cocker) and I see many of the people with "money" that can't play, about 1/3 of them are all gun..
the gun doesn't make they player.. the player makes the gun, although a good gun makes the player much more effective in play!
   

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