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pntbllslayer89 Saturday, April 14th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months17 of 19 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Ariakon Sim-4 ( havent owned but have compared)
Marker Setup: Spyder MR1, J&J Ceramic Barrel, Viewloader Evlution II with Y-Board. for refrences i also use a 12 and 20 oz. CO2 tanks.
Recommended
Upgrades:
New barrel. preferably a J&J Ceramic or other high end if u got the money.
Strengths: -Can take a beating.
-Accurate as heck.
-Looks Awesome.
-DOESN'T CHOP PAINT
-Cheap.
Weaknesses: The stock barrel is a little loud, its a pain in the butt to strip.
Review: When I first saw this gun I saw the price and thought "oh great another cheap Spyder on the market." Well a few weeks later a friend of mine bought one. With the butt stock on (comes with the gun) it looked pretty sharp. When we went out and played I was amazed that the gun was shooting darts!!! The only problem i saw was that it was a little loud. After playing and seeing its performance, i asked my friend to let me take it home and do some tests on it. I went home and ran the cheap Scorch paint through it and it was still shooting relativly straight. I put the J&J on it though and WHAM. I was shootin cheap paint straight as an arow. AMAZING. Needless to say i bought it off my friend for a reasonable price. He went out and even bought another!

Another friend of mine bought an Ariakon Sim-4. If you're into woodsball, you know that those are top quality woodsball guns. After playing a few games in the snow i noticed that my friends gun had NO problems playing in this extreme weather. Well, Just a few days ago I played some games in 30 degree weather and my gun had no problems. (note: my friend with the sim payed $350. I payed $80 for mine.) Also, a lot of other guys at the field who had A-5's were complaining about their guns choppin paint and screwin up. not me.
Conclusion: For the money, this is the best gun you can buy for woodsball. I have shot the all amazing Sim-4's and there isnt much difference accuarcy wise. I recommend it to anyone in the woodsball field either begginner or expert. Go buy one now and see for yourself.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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