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wowdye Tuesday, January 29th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
DM5 / DM7 / ION / EGO7 / A-5
Marker Setup: DM8
SLY 16 / UL 16 / STIFFI 16
STAKO Tank
CP Drop Forward
Halo B - V35
Recommended
Upgrades:
- Tadao or Virtue Board
- New Bolt
Strengths: - Light
- Low Profile
- Fast
- Acuracy (esp with SLY or STIFFI)
- Easy to maintanance
Weaknesses: - Nothing Much, may be the price
- Still difficult to find aftermarket accessories (Jan 08)
Review: I already have my DM7, with Orange Bolt and Virtue Board, so it took a while to buy another DYE.

But the design is really "cool" low profile, no eye-plate, actually, it is more differences from DM8 vs DM7 than DM7 vs DM6.

The gun is really fast, very acurate, and very light. However, I have tried with Dye barrel, SLY, and Stiffi (all are 16 inches), so the acuracy result are so great. It is a little easier to maintain compare to DM7, since there is no eye-plate. Self-cleaning eye pipe is doing quite a good job.

The only minor that I have pick it up will be on air-efficiency, which I fill up the air at 4000psi, I can shots around 4 - 5 pods. Then, I am still waiting for Orange to come out with the new bolt for DM8

Conclusion: DM8 is another excellent piece of work out from DYE, it is really fits with my needs, even the price still quite high.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, February 2nd, 2008 at 4:49 pm PST
 

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