be silver eagle
piranah sts g3
black dragun mech
phantom direct feed, fr-antom II barrel, 50 round hopper and a 9 oz tank
wg47 with folding stock w/ 4+1 harness and coil
sight rail to mount a red dot
Wieght for some
Safety scratches side of gun
Well i decided that i didnt use the impy as much as i used to and wanted a milsim based gun to blend in the woods a little better. anyways i loved this gun right off the bat. the wieght is about right, it can be a little taxing at the end of the day but really its not a big deal. accuracy is decent, im sure if i used paintballs that matched the bore better id get more accurate shots, plus the paintballs were dimpled badly. i got plenty of head shots and never felt out gunned. the trigger is alittle long but managable. now for the real negatives: the folding stock wont fold unless you disconnect the air source, not a big deal if you have a coil with an on/off but you cant really change it quickly. its a bit of a let down but nothings perfect and for a $160 bucks its what you get. also the safety scratches the h%ll on the side of the gun. im sure youll put plenty of more scratches that will be far worse but its not good workmanship from the manufacturer.
*edit- Well after only putting about 3000 shot through it, i found a very big flaw with this gun. I somehow managed to shatter the sear pin in three pieces. It wouldnt be a problem but the manufacturer didnt seem to keen to help me or to give up free parts. However, i bought some stainless steel stock rod and made my own pin. Other than this recent problem I have no more complaints about the gun. The rating will go down to an 6 bc a steel sear pin shouldnt break in three places
Again i love this gun ive used it a few times and dont regret getting it. its decently accurate and the wieght isnt much of an issue. great gun and nothing has broken so far.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, January 29th, 2008 at 12:25 am PST