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d_roc7686 Monday, February 18th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 months
Products Used:
Piaranha 2k3 e-force
Marker Setup: Plantinum/black Epiphany with a smart parts clamping feedneck, an Empire Reloader B hopper and a 48/3000 tank.
Maybe a bit longer barrel front?
Strengths: rof, LOOKS, on/off asa, trigger, bold, firing chamber inserts, grips and freak jr barrel.
Weaknesses: Rubber grip on body kit comes off very easily.
Review: My friend has an upped ion that I thought was nice so I looked into smart parts guns and really liked the epiphany. Couldn't pass a deal when I see one. I got it for 200 dollars on ebay but action village also sells it for that price. My buddy said his ion needed a clamping feedneck when he bought his so I got one for mine. When I was trying to take off the stock feedneck I ripped off a little bit of the rubber on the body. No big deal, just needs to be glued back on. Played with it a full day at a field and no complaints. Also played a few back yard games. It worked for me every time. So far no hose busts or anything of that nature. As for some people saying it is heavy, I must say it is much lighter than my last gun which was a piranha.
Conclusion: I would buy this gun again any day. No regrets. There is nothing wrong with this gun and I recommend any marker Smart Parts makes. The Epiphany is an ion that is almost fully upped other than the board. SMART PARTS FOR LIFE!!!!!!!
10 out of 10

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