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allgunsblazing Friday, August 10th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Non electro version - Trilogy Competition - trigger guard to small, larger pull, heavier, slower
Marker Setup: Proto rail
Empire Barrel Kit
Random Brand on/off
Victory Boarded Halo
TechT Bolt
Virtue Red Laser eyes
Red UL Trigger

Tippmann 98
G36C hand guard and rail
Six Position Stock
Tasco 30mm sight
Freak Jr. barrel
Ak mag kit
Polished Internals
Trigger Spring Mod
Remote line
Dishka Flash Suppressor
48/3000 psi
Recommended
Upgrades:
Maybe a barrel
Drop forward- the marker feels really long
Fast hopper
Strengths: Fast
4 modes of fire
Inexpensive
Can't Short stroke
Accurate
Weaknesses: Eyes!
Slightly heavy
Feels long
Can't set bps in modes
Review: Bought this marker off eBay for 250 Canadian dollars. I figured i couldnt really go wrong.
i was right

The Good-
I personally like the four modes of fire with this marker
Semi (18bps), TA-ramp (15bps), B-ramp(18bps) and Full auto(15bps).
-Semi is one pull, one shot, capped at 18 bps
-Ta-ramp is the ramp begins after three trigger pulls, and bumps your ROF up to 15 bps
-B-Ramp is a really neat ramp mode, if you pull and hold the trigger you fire two balls, pull and release the trigger, you fire three balls, pull the trigger more than 4 times a second, the marker bumps up to 18 bps.
-Last is full auto- 4 trigger pulls marker goes full auto at 15 bps
The trigger pull is very light, easy to achieve fast ROF.
It looks very nice, mine is matte black, very good paint job.. if your into that.Its very comfortable to hold, feels very solid, the grip fits nice in my hands.
With the marker being electro, you don't have to worry about short stroking (not pulling the trigger far enough back), and chopping a ball.
The marker also has a manual safety, not just turning the marker on and off, which is a nice insurance policy, the trigger can be bumped and set off very easy.
Accurate!!, i now believe the ads. this maker shoots very very tight groups, and with a a paint to bore match, is extremely scary.

The Bad
With the stock barrel on, (14 inches) and a 48/3000 tank on it, the marker feels very long, this is where a drop forward with a on/off would be very very nice.
The marker is fairly loud, much much louder than my PMR., but thats to be expected with the action of it firing.
With the firing modes, you cannot set how many bps you want your ramp, how many bps you want your auto etc.etc.etc. However, the marker is set plenty fast. This is just a slight issue.

The Ugly
The eyes slow the marker down substantially, dropping quite a few BPS off its firing rate. In semi auto with the eyes on, and my eggy 3 set to max feed rate, the marker was firing about as fast as a newbie scared of his rental tippy. turning the eyes off, the marker jumped up its BPS by quite a bit, and no more problems.Two notes however.. there is only one button to turn the marker on,off, and turn the eyes off. not terrible but a slight inconvenience. also if you want to achieve high rates of fire, without chopping, eyes off, and get a faster hopper. also the stock feed neck will not fit a halo neck. either sand down your halo's or get a need feed neck.
Conclusion: Eye problems aside, i love this maker and am very happy i bought it.
Fast, fun to shoot, great marker.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Friday, August 10th, 2007 at 5:28 pm PST
 

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