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SqUiShEe Monday, April 23rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Tested up'd ion
Marker Setup: Stock Epiphany
LAPCO Feedneck
48/3000 Steely
You MAY need a new feedneck, depending on the hopper you use, a feedneck should cost no more than $50
If you like to play tight, you might consider a small dropforward
Strengths: Very Adjustable for firing modes, single, rebound(2x), burst(3x)
Weaknesses: Only Weakness so far is the feedneck
Review: Stock
Matching Freak
All around matching colors
SP On/Off
Somewhat easy to adjust settings, you can set it for a super long trigger pullback for shot activation, or a very short tap on the trigger activation point. Whatever your style it will fit you.

For the price I got it for($400CDN $448USD) new, it has proven to be a very good marker
Nice Trigger
Looks Sweet
100% worth the extra cash over an ion

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Feedneck will only fit a few types of hoppers
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Conclusion: If you are debating whether or not to buy this or an ion, buy this.
With the ion, you absolutely must get a barrel, and a feedneck.
Eventually you will want to upgrade it with additional accessories such as a body, a regulator, trigger, on/off, etc. After all of these upgrades you wouldve gone over the Epiphany's price and had spent so much into a gun that you probably will want to upgrade away from.
Epiphany's are the ion's big brother, he has cool looks and everything already equiped
10 out of 10

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