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Em3r1can Friday, March 23rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month16 of 16 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Brass Eagle something, and a Spyder Pilot ACS with some ups
Marker Setup: ICD Lasoya Promaster (gold to black fade)
Smart Parts Q-Lock Clamping feedneck
Custom Products Direct Mount
Crossfire HIGH Pressure 68/3000 fiber wrapped tank
Egg 2 with Y-board
Obviously you need the ASA/dropfoward if you want. I play front and dont like drop fowards since it brings the tank too low which I hate in the snake.

New Feedneck- some people say you need one, some say you dont. For my Egg, it was spinning around like crazy. The stock feedneck is nice and all, but if your hopper doesnt fit it, then it just doesnt fit it. You can buy a cheap feedneck, but the Q-lock works really well.
Strengths: Speed.
How bolt comes out
NO kick!
Weaknesses: Feedneck.
Once you geta barrel-break, you're done.
Review: This gun is simply amazing. I use high pressure with it and it's all good. Although the manual says low pressure is preferred, high pressure is fine. I would suggest you zero out your regulators before you air up the gun so it wont blow out the noid. It takes about a minute. Here's how to do it.

Make sure your HPR(high pressure regulator) (the regulator you hold on to) screw in the bottom is out until you see 2 or 3 threads out. Then take a coin or something and screw out your LPR(low pressure regulator)( thing under the barrel) to the left until its lined up with its housing and flush. Hook up air, screw in the HPR screw to the right until the guage reads 200, then turn in the LPR until the bolt cocks, then turn it in a little bit more. I like to keep turning the LPR until it starts to bleed(leak a little) and then I turn it back a quarter turn after it stops(Easier way of saying it: turn the LPR until you hear something leaking. Once you hear the leaking turn the LPR back and it should stop, then a quarter of the way turn.

Its easy to maintain since you cna take the bolt out by pulling up the pin and sliding it out. Put a squegee through and your good. Also, every now and then you want to clean and lube the HPR, which is really easy if you pay attention to where everything goes ha. The guns board can go meggaaa fast being able to go unlimited BPS. So many people complain about this board and its dip switches...just go on and get the board programmign manual for the Lasoya Promaster. Its such a simple process, so dont be intimidated by this 'high-tech' board. I know I was when I first bought it but dont worry, its verrryyy easy! As for the weight, right out of the box with an ASA and stuff it weighs about as much as an Angel Gat out of the box, which is greattt. Small and compact, great for me since Im a snake player.
Conclusion: I totally love this gun. Its such a fabulous gun for the price. Actionvillage just sold out on every single one for $194.99 which is amazing. This gun can compete with the bigger, more expensive guns like Angels which I have shot. Great gun.
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, April 30th, 2007 at 4:18 pm PST

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