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Rader89 Thursday, December 13th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month14 of 16 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Spyders
Tippmann 98c, A5, X7
Autocockers
Proto Matrix Rail
Marker Setup: SP-1, Dye Ultralite 14'' Barrel, HPA, Egg III hopper.
Recommended
Upgrades:
New Barrel

"Depends on your style"
Soon to come: Double Trigger, Blackheart board, Eyes, New Feedneck (not needed really)

Already Out: Tippmann 98c Stock Adapter( the SP-1 can accept (most) tippmann 98c stocks). Trinity Paintball has made a stock for the SP-1 also.
Strengths: Accepts HPA/Co2
Light Weight
Quiet
Easy to Clean
Has Rails
Weaknesses: Rubber Ball descents (wear out over time compared to other decents)
Review: Overall, out of all the markers I've used, this is by far my most favorite. Personal preference, but also performance wise. It's pretty darn consistent, it's very light I think, easy to clean, the stock feedneck is clamping. The trigger is just so smooth and light. I can put sights, bi-pods, flashlights, anything that has a weaver mount, I can put on this marker. Buy the stock, or the adapter and a model 98 stock, and you're ready to rock out in the woods.

(Note: The electronics will not get damaged by rain)

(Note: for the rails, they're weaver, sights that are made for .22 caliber rifle or 7/8 inch rails will not fit at all)

Important:
(Note: There is a DWELL settings!!! The SP-1 has two preset settings, one for Co2 and one for HPA. In order to change, take the battery off, hold the power button down, while holding the button down, put the battery back in. The light will either flash once or twice and then turn off. One flash is for Co2, Two flashes is for HPA)

(Note: If you do shoot too fast with the Co2 bottle attached to the asa, the internals will freeze, and your marker will not fire for like 30 seconds until the internals are not frozen anymore. Dont worry, this wont destroy your marker, just something you should be aware of.)
Conclusion: I love this marker, I love the 11 bps, I love the single trigger, I love the weight, I love everything about this marker, I like it way more than the PMR.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, December 13th, 2007 at 12:32 am PST
 

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