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Sam68 Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
None, my first Bob Long marker
Marker Setup: Bob Long Marq 6, Tadao board, BL easy on/off asa, Kila four eye's, Kila magnetic detents, Hybrid Grips, Stiffi Switch barrel
Recommended
Upgrades:
None are needed per say, Tadao board is nice; four eye's to take complete advantage of markers potential.
Strengths: Light weight, fast, quiet, no kick, easy to use, easy to clean and lube.
Weaknesses: Trigger bounce, lack of board settings to stop the bounce.
Review: Well first thing I have to say is wow this is a sexy marker, I love the simple looks of the gun, I have always had Autocockers, and I love the lack of nooks and crannies that make it super easy to wipe off after a day of paintball. I have used the marker now about 8 times and have had no problems, no ball breaks at all and half of the time the marker had the stock bolt, I now have the two piece pillow bolt which I am told all Marq’s come with standard now. The only weakness of the Marq is the stock trigger which will bounce a lot in the 3 round burst & full auto modes, some of this is due to the stock boards lack of debounce settings (only two and neither work or at least not on my gun I even put magnets in with no luck). I now have the Tadao board (just released), and all is good now no bounce even with the stock trigger. Word is that the final Marq (the closer) comes with all the good’s (four eyes, Tadao board) for the money it is worth the price I think around $1,200. The Marq has no kick and is super quiet, by far the best marker I have ever shot, I think I will be a Marq owner for a long time.
Conclusion: Awesome marker, has a few small weaknesses nothing that can’t be fixed, I would recommend this marker to anyone who wants a marker in the 1 K range. I give it a 9 because it's not 100% perfect.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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