CP Razor Drop Forward
CP on/off ASA
CCM no Pro feedneck
Redz Pepper Sticks Barrel Kit
Halo B with Rip Drive
I've had this gun for a little over a month now. The duration of ownership does not allow +1 month as an option. I love this gun. Granted that I dont have much experience with gun ownerships, for me, this is a great first electronic paintball gun. My first gun was a Spyder Xtra 2006, noted above. The mechanical was a great intro gun, but as I received a taste of what paintball guns were about, I wanted more. I picked the Lasoya Promaster over an Ion due to the reviews and bang for your buck. I was also partial to the Ion crowd, (I'm no Ion hater though).
This gun shoots incredibly fast and insanely accurate. Being new to the electronic field, I have only been able to semi-auto up to 13 bps. Still working on that technique. Having this gun allowed the gunpower to advance on bunkers and flank the opposition. The lightweight gun with a drop forward compactness made it easy to run from bunker to bunker. I have more experimenting to do with the dip switch options, but love it already. Give me a few more games with the gun and I'll write up more with performance, speed, and reliability. Thanks for reading.
It's a great gun, and for the price of $199, I'd recommend it to anyone wanting a nice electronic paintball gun. Rating a 9 because I have not experienced the true awesomeness of the gun yet.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, March 22nd, 2007 at 5:19 pm PST