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nofeareus Friday, March 2nd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Various boards for cockers mainly and fidgeted around with my friends Ion with T-Board, Virtue, Blackheart and such
Marker Setup: Right now Smart Parts Ion, Lucky board, Q-lock Feedneck, Uni tech Barrel, and now a Scythe Trigger
Strengths: Programability
Eye Logic
More modes than others
More options than others
Weaknesses: Installation took me 15 minutes rather than 10.
Review: Lucky is batting 1.000

DO YOU WONDER WHY THE LUCKY SITE IS SOLD OUT OF THESE ALL THE TIME. Coupled with the MAC noid this board is more efficient, more programmable, and more user friendly than all ot the others.Im pretty sure this is also the only board with 2 training modes to help you with walking the trigger (this is good for new players and people who like to hold their marker all the time). Lucky, I bow down to thee.
Conclusion: Spend the money on the board AND the mac noid if you can find one. Its worth the price and for 120$ its still cheaper than the Virtue board.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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