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Paintballghost9 Sunday, February 3rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
woods ball guns : tippmann 98 and A-5
electronic guns: Spyder vs 1
Marker Setup: Sp1
custom handguard (built by me)
folding stock.
modified trigger (shoots burst, auto and semi) not an aftermarket upgrade
Red dot sight
Nothing really.
Strengths: light strike bolt
can be submerged in water.
long battery life
Nice trigger pull
Weaknesses: Center feed neck
Review: not much i'm goign to write here...
But i used this and shot 200 balls pulling the trigger as fast as possible and the gun did not freeze or start shooting ice. (like 98 and my a5 did) You can program it to shoot for HPA or co2 i dont know what is for what but if you hold the power bouton while plugging in the battery it changes it to hpa (not to sure on that)
It has not chopped a ball yet ,for me (except for a barrel break) and i ahve put atleast 6000 rounds of paint though it with a mechanical hopper.
thats it i guess..
it is very efficient on co2 i havent tested how many shots you can get out of it exactly but i can say it uses way less air then the 98 or a-5 (comparing them cause they are both milsim markers)
Its nice and short 4 inches of your barrel is hidden in the body
The marker has no instructions on the full break down of the gun i had to figure out how to take it apart myself. It has a center feed neck int he way of rails... why? i dont know considering sp already made a milsim marker.
Rails cant be removed if damaged. and its pretty heavy about the same weight of an a5.
Conclusion: For the price of the gun it is really worth buying. You may find yourself making it your primary marker.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
FISTFULLOFRODEO Wednesday, March 19th, 2008 | 4:14 pm PST
Yes, you are 100% right on the changing modes between hpa and co2. 1 blink of your red on / off light signals you are in the co2 dwell setting, and 2 blinks of the on / off lets you know you are in HPA dwell. Nice review.

Valaska Monday, March 24th, 2008 | 6:39 am PST
Oh, if you want there are offset sight rail's you can buy, you can even get some from BT I believe, these actually put the sight in a better place once you set it believe it or not, but it will be more of a range determined site then if they would have off set the Hopper. I know what you mean though, my SP-8 is great though, but I still bought one of these guys for a Back-Up, and it's strapped to my back since its pretty light hehe.

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