Marqs-little better accuracy but other wise the same
egos-pretty close to the same performance but ego has more kick
pmr-not really even comarable
dm7/6-almost the same but effeicency is lacking
ion-like the difference between night and day
-06 burgandy dust infamous intimidator
-dye 68/4500 tank
-bob long gear drive on/off asa.
-Cheap (got mine new for $450)
-Good stock barrel
-Doesn't come stock with asa
-Dust finish isn't as durable as gloss
This marker is one of the best markers i have ever shot and is worth ever 450 dollars i paid for it. When i first got it i started tunning it, and got the stock 90psi operating pressure down to 45psi.
Effecency: With a full 68/4500 fill iwas getting about 2000 shots per fill, or about 160 rounds per 350psi. Compared to my pmr that gets about 1000 shots of the same tank the bob long is obviously the winner.
Consistency: I spent about a half hour tunning the marker and i was able to get +/-3fps, which made my accuracy incredible. I had on string of 6 shots in row shooting 286fps each time, but that was six shots, but it maintained the 3fps veriance, 98% of the time.
Accuracy: After tinkering with the consistency, and putting in seconds paint (pretty sad i know), i could have shot taks in a peg board from 60 feet away it is that accurate, one off the situations, i had was, i was on one side off the field and about 80 feet away an oponet was snap shooting at me, the guy had about a 1/4 of his mask out and his barrel, and i fired two shots, one hit the rim of the top of the mask the other hit just above the eye, i have never shot a marker this accurate in my life, except for a marq.
Weight: i weighed my infamous, my pmr, and my friends ion, the infamous-2lb 2 and a half ounces, pmr-2lb, ion-2lb 3oz, all were with stock regs, no barrels, and the same on/off asa's for all markers. So basicly its light.
Comfort: The stock grips are very hard and dont cover much, but are pretty comfortable to me. The overall marker has a very good balance so comfort is at a maximum, all though there is some sharp points on the back of the body, and frame, but are not much of a problem if you hold the marker by the grips.
Stock parts: The stock barrel didn't really apeal to me, because i like 14" barrels, but it is one of the better quality stock barrels. The stock feedneck is very tall, but no biggy. The stock bolt, is very good, but i would recomend you take the two orings off the tip of the bolt, to keep your ball detents in good shape, it doesn't effect performance any. The stock reg is very consistent, but the macro line going up to almost the top of the reg doesn't give much comfort but you get used to it. The stock board has nearly every mode you could ever want so that is nothing to replace.
Reliability: It has a bolt a reg and ram not much can go wrong, so very reliable.
All and all you cant go wrong with this marker, very reliable, and accurate what more could you want from a marker?