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sushifish11 Tuesday, March 27th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
I have shot, and or worked on just about every modern paintball gun
Marker Setup: K&K KV-1
M-14 wood body kit magazine Version
72/3k PE tank with remote line
Recommended
Upgrades:
Dont know where to start
Strengths: -Good money to looks ratio
-Construction is sturdy
Weaknesses: -Very unaccurate, and inconsistent
-Minimum upgrades
Review: Me and 2 other friends bought these guns the same day, results seen throught the guns are consistent, and not just a fluke.

-Gun 1 didn't work out of the box, it leaked air out of the stock, it was sent in for another one. The "fixed" gun that was sent back, worked for a few games, then went back to the same problem. screws around the stock required to be removed for cleaning stripped that i had to drill and re-tap. a few weeks later the gun was banished to the closet forever.

-Gun 2 worked fine for the first couple of games then leaking from the stock started to happen also. it was never fixed becasue Gun 1 started leaking again so it was also banished to the closet.

-Gun 3 is the only gun still running, it preforms equivalent to what you could expect from a 70 dollar spyder with Co2. The only reason the gun is still running is becasue i own a machine shop. what i did to fix the gun would have cost somone else several hundred dollars.
Conclusion: I do not recomend that you buy this gun, if you are looking for a good gun buy a tippman. If you want to be darring, go for the T68 Gen 5, i have worked on one, and it apears to be similar to a tippmann A5 in design. I have also heard good things about them.
Rating:
2 out of 10
 

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