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blackmagic71 Friday, May 25th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Other Matrixs....
LCD DM3 (I've owned 1)
Trauma DM3 (I've owned 1)
PM6
DM4

Other Highends
Ego 06
E-cockers (I'veowned 3 of them)
Mech cockers (owned about 4+ of them)
Marker Setup: Stock Dye DM6
Draxxus HP 48/4500 or an Evil HP 45/5000
Halo w/rip
Recommended
Upgrades:
None are really needed. Dye has very highquality Markers.
Strengths: -Fast
-Quiet
-Smooth
-Simple to use
-Reliable
-Easy to lube
Weaknesses: Efficiency (about 900 on a 45/45)
Review: Of all the highend guns I've ever owned this is the only one that I ever bought brand new and in box and I dont regret it one bit. The first thing I did when I recieved the marker was to pull out the bolt and relube it. It seemed as if the bolt came with very little lube from the factory. What was very nice is that you also recieve a set of tools, orings, and lube from Dye.

Lubrication and maintenance is very easy to preform. You just unscrew the back cap and then push the bolt out by pushing a barrel swab through the breech. Once the bolt is out just apply lube to the orings and you're good to go. It takes about 5 min to do once you're used to it.

The gun performs very smoothly and quietly much like an older DM3 if you've used those but in a much smaller and even better package.

I've found that I get around 1000 shots on my tank (48/45) which isnt incredibly awesome but is acceptable. Over the chrono it usally gets about + - 3 or so which is pretty good to me.

So far in the time that I've owned my DM6 I've never had it leak or go down on me at the field but I also take care of my markers. I use fresh batteries and I lube the bolt on any matrix of mine every case of paint or two.
Conclusion: If you're in the market for a highend gun this would be a great choice. Its simple and reliable with some pretty awesome performance.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Feight Monday, July 2nd, 2007 | 2:22 pm PST
Just wanted to let you know that the average amount of shots for a 45/45 is only eight hundred.
   

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