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Warchild71 Sunday, February 18th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
MR1, Tippmann 98
Marker Setup: Spyder MR1 and Piranha Evo
Empire Reloader II
PMI Pure Energy N2 72ci/3000psi
BT Apex Barrel
Empire 7 Piece barrel kit
NC Star Red Dot Site (for the MR1)
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel Kit
Electric hopper
Strengths: Fast Shooting
Quiet
Good on air
Price
Anti Chop Eye
Weaknesses: Semi only- but not a big deal
Feedneck too small
Review: I just got this as my speedball gun and I am impressed with it for the money. They selling them pretty inexpensively right now I paid $117 shipped. For that price you get anti chop eyes, Evil detonator regulator for low pressure operation, 17bps rate of fire with a 21bps trigger cycle rate. I took it out to play the other day and it worked nicely. No chops at all so the combo of the anti chop eye and electric hopper worked nicely. The trigger pull is nice and short and walking it was pretty easy. I didn't feel out gunned on the airball filed like I do with my mechanical MR1. If I need to lay down some paint it does it without hesitation. Accuracy was fairly good. I am still breaking in the regulator so I can't comment yet on the consistency in velocity. Since its LP its pretty quiet. Its not the quietest gun on the field but its pretty quiet regardless. The only issues have with it is the lack of ramping or fire modes but for $117 I can't complain and since most fields and tourneys don't allow auto or ramping, so its not really a big deal. Plus you can walk the trigger faster than most auto fire modes on other guns anyway. The other issue is the feedneck which is too small so you have to sand down your hopper to fit or get a new feedneck. Other than that the marker is awesome.
Conclusion: If you're on a budget and you want a great tourney marker with the features of alot of higher end markers. This one is a bargain.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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