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FranDog Saturday, January 12th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
proto matrices
dye matrices
Marker Setup: Dynasty Ion
DXS 48/4500
Halo B w/ rip
Virtue Board
CP Sling

Lotus Pump
CCM kit
12'' UL barrel
pocket hopper
Strengths: Price
Not too hard on paint
Performs well for the price
Weaknesses: Battery fiend
Needs upgrades early
Review: I got mine for $250, really a deal considering the stock Ion was $200 and a Dynasty body on its own was $100, so for only $50 more i had a $70 AA barrel, a $40 Q-Lock, and a $100 body ($210 in value)

For the price the Ion performs very well however I do recommend a new trigger ASAP; right now i have every upgrade an Ion can take in my Dynasty Ion and the thing shoots very well, I also recommend an ASA/rail combo because the bottom line adapter that Ions come with makes for a VERY long marker setup and you will notice that the first time you try to gunfight someone.
Also a new board is a cool feature to have although without a QEV it will be pointless
Conclusion: I do recommend players in the market for an Ion look into a Dynasty Ion if the price is around $50-$75 more than a stock Ion, the savings are just too good to pass up
9 out of 10

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