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tipo4thesoul Sunday, June 10th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
PMR (price)
Etek
Marker Setup: Red Dp Fusion
Egg 3
48/3000 compressed air
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel maybe just for giggles, stock is nice though.
Strengths: Speed
Efficiency
Price
Weight
Weaknesses: Adjusting the board.
Review: I bought the Fusion after researching a lot of different guns in the price range. I would have gotten the PMR but it just didn't feel right to me and I'm not too sure about composite parts.

When I took the fusion out for a spin I was amazed by its quality. I was expecting a basic gun that only had a couple of functions. The fusion comes with: 15 capped semi, 25 capped semi, 15 and 25 capped ramp, and full auto. There might be more, I don't have my manual with me. All of this is adjustable by opening up the grip panel. Flick a couple of switches and you are ready to take on the field.

Another thing I liked about the fusion is the two piece barrel it came with. To me, the porting looks almost identical to the Custom Products two piece.

The speed on the Fusion is intense. With a two point adjustable trigger you can tweak your trigger until you find your perfect sweet spot. I'm sure that if the fusion wasn't capped at 25 bps it would exceed it. Too bad anything above 15 is a waste of paint.

The efficiency on the fusion is also spectacular. It is no ego or whatnot but it still does great. With my 48/3000 PMI tank I am getting around 700-800 shots which is nice. It runs at a meager 250 psi which can be set a little lower if you can tune correctly. Everything on the fusion from it's grips to its HPR and LPR are adjusted by Allen keys which DP gives you. (An entire set)

Cleaning is great too. With 45 degree twist you can have full access to clean the ram. Also, with a pull on the bolt pin the delrin bolt comes right out. No lube required on that.
Conclusion: If you are looking for an entry level tournement gun that will be able to keep up with high ends and not get you laughed at get the fusion. You won't be disappointed.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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