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burton11 Wednesday, May 30th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
VL Triad
VL Orion
Trilogy Pro
Marker Setup: Trilogy Pro SF
J&J 14" ceramic barrel
Pure Energy 72/3000 HPA
Use the marker as it is. This is a beginner marker, if you want to upgrade this gun, then you are better off selling it and getting a better gun.
Strengths: Light
Easy to maintain
Weaknesses: Very loud
Very hard blowback
Polycarbonate body
Very slow
Review: This gun is great for beginners to get familiar with how a PB marker works and how to maintain it. Use this gun to play at your local field, and you can easily compare how this gun stacks up to other guns being used. Once you learn about other guns, figure out what you like and dont like about PB guns, and make a decision on another gun. Keep this gun for a backup, or loan it to a buddy to use when you invite him to play and he is new to the sport.
Conclusion: If you are a beginner and see this gun for sale used and for cheap, then pick it up. I wouldnt buy this new, because once you start seeing people with markers that are more accurate and have a good ROF, you will quickly realize the shortcomings of this gun and feel like you should have spent a little more and got a spyder. I give this gun a 6 because it is above average, seeing that it comes with a metal barrel instead of a plastic one like i see on many very low end markers.
6 out of 10

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