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Six Feet Under Thursday, August 2nd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
I've used most high end guns, and they're pretty much all the same except for a few minor differences.
Marker Setup: DM6
Vlocity
Pure Energy 45/45
CP Trigger
CP Direct Flow Plug
Recommended
Upgrades:
CP Direct Flow Plug, it gets rid of any chances of you having a leak (or at least most chances) from the front on/off under the barrel. Besides, you already have an on/off on your ASA, you don't need a second one under the barrel as well.
Strengths: UL frame comes stock, enclosed firing system.
Weaknesses: Amount of o-rings, prone to leaks if not taken care of properly.
Review: I traded my Alias for a DM6 knowing the gun had a leak. It ended up needing to have the solenoid replaced, but I had some friends that play for a Dye-sponsored team take the gun to the next event so it could be teched. It ended up being a cheap fix, and once I got the 'noid replaced, the gun shot awesome. I've rarely had any problems with it since I got it fixed, unless I didn't use enough lube or clean it every couple cases. It is rather finicky about getting enough lube on the bolt; otherwise it will leak or the bolt will stick occasionally.

The only problem I had with the stock UL barrel is the fact that it's a .688 bore, which doesn't help in the Florida humidity. However, the barrel can shoot itself reasonably clean within 10-15 shots, so it's not a real big issue for me. Either get a back in a bigger bore size, keep your paint cool, or carry a squeegee.

All in all, I love my DM6 and I will keep shooting it through next year most likely.
Conclusion: If you take care of it, it will definitely take care of you, and look great in the process. I'll give it a 9/10 since I can't give an 8.5 or something similar. I definitely suggest the Dye line of guns, just make sure you keep up with the maintenance.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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