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deano 177 Monday, February 4th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Tippmann Pro Lite
Marker Setup: VS3 with vs2 trigger
Empire Vents Avatar with dark thermals
Halo Frontman
88 and 68/4500 Pure Energy with DYE covers
Invert 3+2 Loaders
Invert Digi Woodland Outfit
Spyder MR 1 with rear cocking mod
14" j&j barrel
Spyder E-trigger
Palmer's Stablizer
Pure Energy 16oz tank
Pure Energy 20oz tank
Strengths: Toughness
Pocket friendly
Easy to maintain
Weaknesses: Limited scope attatchment for milsim
Stock may need to be modified
Stock chrono >300+
Review: This was my first marker since my hiatus. It was a good entry(re-entry?) level marker and is easy to take care of. This marker is pretty simple to work on. I have had a few problems:

1. Bad cup seal in first marker. Exchanged it the same day and have not had any issues since

2. Chronographing. This thing was shooting super hot right out of the box. 340+ was the minimum I could get it down to with out clipping and finally replacing the spring.

I had pretty good experiance with the elbow that came with the marker. It lasted for a while. Maybe 2 months? You can get by with a gravity hopper on this marker but upgrade to some sort of power hopper soon. The first thing that I did was to put the j&j on it. That helped with the loudness of the marker.

Total addons: $254
j&j - $40
Palmers reg - $75
etrigger - $40
marker - $99

Conclusion: A good entry level marker to see if you will like paintball. This marker can become a great backup with a little money.
8 out of 10

Review Comments
NinjaDragon23 Monday, February 4th, 2008 | 6:40 pm PST
Agreed, excellent entry-level marker for much cheaper than a 98. Good Review.

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