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Domc36 Wednesday, January 24th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
4 years
Products Used:
Smart Parts Ion
Smart Parts Impulse
Smart Parts Nerve
Marker Setup: Pink sft Shocker
CCM Frame
CCM High Rise
Bob Long ON/OFF
CP rail
HE Bolt
Dynasty Board
HE Bolt
Strengths: Extremely Light
Upgrade availability
Weaknesses: Resale Value
Bolt stick
Anno Fade and weakness
Review: I've own many Smart Parts markers. I've owned the Nerve, Ion, Impulse and the Shocker. My favorite of which is the shocker. I ordered mine used. I found a good deal and he ship first. The marker was basically new in box, it came withe manual, box, lube, and blank warranty card. I also bought bone stock minus a dynasty board. When I took it out of its box and screwed in my 45/45 PMI nitrogen tank and tossed my VLocity into the feedneck. I had to do some pushing to get the loader in because of the stock feedneck. Anyways, I got it in and went into my backyard and put a hopper through it. The gun totally ripped and had just about no kick.. The stock parts on this gun are OK but I do recommend so upgrades. Right out of the box you need a rail and becuase the stock drop is horrid I also recommend a feedneck either the Q-lock or one of the CCM series. The last upgrade I recommend should be the High Efficiency Bolt because shockers are notorious for there air consumption.
Conclusion: I recommend this gun because its an extremely nice marker. Its good for any type of play you will experience.
10 out of 10

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