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Destroyer 105 Monday, April 16th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Angel LCD, Smart Parts ION, EGo 06, WGP Karnivor
Marker Setup: DM6
Vlocity
30/48ci

and a T9 rifle
Recommended
Upgrades:
None, this gun works fine stock maybe some lucky top hat rings.
Strengths: Light,
Fast,
Deadly accurate,
Quiet,
UL frame and barrel
It is a complete package
Weaknesses: Picky on paint
Harder to maintain than other guns e,g, egos, timmys
Review: I bought a DM6 second hand after the DM7 had been released so that I could get it cheap. I wanted the DM6 mainly because it seemed like the "complete marker" it actually doesn't need any upgrades from stock unlike an Ego where most people replace the barrel.

I heard that the DM6 had bad efficiency but at stock dwell(18) I got 1110 shots of a 68ci tank filled to 3000psi! I had a few chops on my first outing and I couldn't understand why, I found out thought that the proto paint I was using was too soft.

The DM6 cronoed well at around 285 290 287 288, that was good enough for me. Accuracy was amazing when used with RPS all star. I manged to take out 3 players with only one shot fired at each. One shot one kill eh?!

Also the speed of the gun is immense. You can choose between 10-30 bps caps and it has PSP and milleneum ramping and with standard semi auto.

Cleaning is a snap you simply unscrew the back cap and lube the bolt and o-rings but their alot more o-rings than on other high end markers such as Egos or timmys.
Conclusion: Overall the DM6 is a lightweight sexy looking machine gun sniper that will never fail to impress. Choose your paint carefully and have a few spare o-rings to hand and you should be alright!
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Friday, May 11th, 2007 at 3:48 pm PST
 

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