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DyNa$tY Saturday, July 21st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months113 of 119 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
05 XSV Ego
UL'd PM7
Marq 7 Rapper
Ripper 3
Marker Setup: • Olive Marq 6
• Closer Trigger
• Dye Titanium Back .688
• Dye Ultralite Tip 14"
• Hybrid Rail
• CP On/Off
• John Lee Grips
• Barrel
• On/Off
• Trigger
• Read Weaknesses/Review Body for more info •
Strengths: • Speed
• Accuracy
• Not much kick
• Looks
• Durability
• Stock Reg
• Quiet
• Efficiency
Weaknesses: • Adjustability
• Weight
• Trigger
• Difficult to work on
• Read Review Body for more info
Review: First Impressions- The first thing everyone notices is the looks. It looks sleek, compact, and unique. Once you pick it up, you'll notice it's not as light as other 07 (and even some 06) Highends.

Feel- Even though the Marq isn't the lightest marker out there, it's weight is distributed evenly, which gives you the impression that it's lighter than it really is. The grips are comfortable, and pretty thin for stock grips.

Stock Barrel- The stock barrel isn't terrible, but if you shoot .695 paint or some other weird sized paint you might consider getting a new barrel. Most people get a new barrel regaurdless of how it performs.

Stock Board- The stock board isn't very adjustable, but it's not a huge deal. This gun is FAST. The stock board comes with all the modes you'll need for a tournament. Some people have a huge problem with the stock board, but it's not bad as everyone tries to make it out to be.

Stock Trigger- The stock trigger feels good, but performs terribley. WIth the spring/magnet in, it is way too firm, and is difficult to walk. Without the spring/magnet, the gun will shoot full auto if u pull the trigger more than 2 times, and won't stop until you pull the trigger back out. You almost have to buy a new trigger, which will cost $50 at most. I purchased the Closer Trigger, which cost me $30, but performs flawlessly.

Stock Bolt- Most people buy the pillow bolt, but you really don't have to. I shoot Nelsplat and Menace, and I am yet to break a ball with 10 cases thru it.

Stock ASA- There's no On/Off, so if you really want one you can get one, but it's not a nessecity. I have a CP On/Off which works flawlessly, but if you don't want to spend the extra $30-$40, you won't be missing out too much.

Stock Feedneck- The stock feedneck is perfect. Small and clamping. What else could you ask for in a feedneck?

Overall- The Marq is the best gun you can buy for under $1100, so if you're in the price range don't hesitate. I've shot the Ego7, and Ild say the Marq out shoots it by far.
Conclusion: This is a great gun that has a few flaws, just like every gun out there. My reccomendation would be to buy a trigger and barrel, and then you'd be set. Comment this or E-Mail me any questions you have.

9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, August 6th, 2007 at 12:06 pm PST

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