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theprey Tuesday, February 19th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Angel, SP Shocker, Automag, AutoCocker, Spyder, Tippman...
Marker Setup: Proto SLG with Kingman Fasta and Pure Energy Nitro Tank
Nitro Tank and Electro Hopper
Strengths: Anti-Chop Eye, Light-Weight, Design Simplicity, Nice-Looking
Weaknesses: If I had to complain........Not the lightest trigger in the world, but not bad.
Review: I just got my SLG a few weeks ago. So far, I like it better than any marker I have owned. My Angel was way too bulky and terribly expensive. The features on it were so unnecessary. The 03 Shocker was really nice, but had a few issues whereby the marker would not fire (not my loader). My 68 Automag wasmy baby, but was moody. I wouldn't mind having another 68, though I didn't care too much my RT. The Autococker is accurate, but required a little maintenance. It also wasn't the fastest marker to shoot. Spyders are Spyders. Simple little creatures that work, but nothing fancy. My Tippman was a workhorse. Reliable and accurrate, but slow and difficult to disassemble (rarely needed to dissamble). Now to my Proto SLG. This little effer works! I was kickin ass with a gravity hopper in a game over the weekend. The marker is fast (could be a little bit faster), antichop is flawless, accuracy is more than acceptable, reliable, and its design is sleek. I wish the frame and trigger was aluminum, just for asthetic reasons. The gun comes with a set of wrenches, o-rings, barrel plug..I mean bag. This is a whole-lotta marker for the price. I feel ill paying what I did for the Angel and Shocker.
Conclusion: There are many great paintball guns on the market, but for the low price of $200, you will not be dissatisfied.....I promise!
8 out of 10

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