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happynoob Friday, April 13th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
None, first Woodsball marker.
Marker Setup: BT-4 Assault
Standard Extreme Rage Hopper
20oz Co2
Spyder Ball Carrier
Strengths: Durable
Looks Amazing
Weaknesses: Heavy without remote
Can be a bit big when behind cover
Review: Well what can I say, it blew me away the first time I used it! I decided to stick with Woodsball, and so my Spyder Pilot wouldnt cut it. I bought this marker due to the reviews and the ability to customize it. Let me first of say that the first time i used it was for 3 hours out in the pooring rain. It fell in the mud once and was banged against a tree and it still worked like a charm!

After that rainy day I was sold! Lets get this over with. The looks of this thing are mean, Most players dont want to get within 30 feet of this thing because at that range, I can easily pick them off due to the great range and accuracy it has! This is totaly a woodsball gun, not some flimsy speedball gun that if you frop breaks. As mentioned above i put it through its test and the best part about it, when I cleaned it off it looked brand new, not even a scratch!

The gun itself is very comfertable to shoot, and the weight is balanced perfectly....thats if you have a remote. Without the remote it can get a bit heavy and more bulky, but with the remote in feels light and accurate. Iv put 3000 rounds through this gun and I havent chopped one, and remember I use a standard hopper, no electric one for me.

EDIT---- Well, went to play a game with it and it started to leak. It is an internal leak.

Second EDIT----Turns out I was low on CO2 and there wasnt enough pressure to close the valve, havent had any other problems so far!
Conclusion: If you want a great gun for woodsball and scenario play get this gun, it is durable and will last in the most harsh conditions! With the proper upgrade(remote) this gun is perfect and very intiminating!
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, May 28th, 2007 at 7:39 pm PST

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