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straxzion Thursday, February 1st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Tippy X7, and various other scenerio markers.
Marker Setup: MR3, Triumph SL-200, 14" J&J Ceramic Barrel, Homemade sling, 48/3000 HPA
Recommended
Upgrades:
Fast loader, Maybe a barrel,sling if you don't use a remote line
Strengths: Acurracy
Rate of fire
Eyes
looks (relative)
Stock
Weaknesses: Flimsy Grips
Kinda on the heavy side
No eyes on full auto.
Review: Just used this gun in an all day scenario game here i NC.Used up 2 cases of paint with not one break using semi w/eyes on. The ROF cap for the game was 15 bps, so the triumph held its on. Went there with a remote line, but it started leaking around the quick connect, so I had to attach the tank directly to the gun, and boy was I glad I took the time to make that sling.After 6-7 hours of running, diving, jumping, etc. with this thing it can get really tiresome. But with that being said I will continue to use it, because of the afore mentioned strengths of the marker, plus I love the sleek look. Some may not, but thats for there review.FYI- I have never tried the full auto with balls, really see no need to. Like another genelmen said you can fire pretty fast walking the trigger, and have the benifit of having eyes.
Conclusion: I would definitly recommmend this gun to anyone, it has a few minor flaws, one of which can be easily remedied with a new pair of grips. But if wieght is an issue for you you may want to look elseware, although when the remote was working it really wasn't that bad. Buy it if you have the cash, and are looking for a decent scenerio type marker.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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