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WILLEM_SLG Wednesday, December 12th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Spyder Pilot ACS 05 - SLG is way better
Viewloader Orion - U cant compare it to the SLG
Evil Omen 2.0 - very heavy compared to the SLG (tested)
Smart Parts Epiphany - also a light gun - same class as SLG (tested)
Marker Setup: Proto Matrix SLG 08
Viewloader Vlocity Jr.
Pure Energy 48/3000 PSI
Dye Invision 3 Pro
Recommended
Upgrades:
FEEDNECK - clamping feedneck would be good!
Strengths: Light - one of the lightest guns i've played with
Consistent
Speed
Weaknesses: Feedneck - my hopper doesn't fit unless i take out the O-rings.
Review: When i girst got this gun i thought WOW! what a small gun, i like it allot.
when i first gassed up the SLG the hosing from the ASA to the regulator blew of.
i had to replace the ASA hose lock.
cost me about 10$
But it's a great gun shoots very straight and its super light and fast!

Conclusion: I would recommend this gun to anyone with some paintball experience.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, December 16th, 2007 at 7:05 am PST
 

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