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KoRo5u5oo Saturday, March 8th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Marker Setup: Proto SLG
Freak barrel kit w/ All American front
Vlocity loader w/ virtue vlocity chip
Redz Cam lock feedneck
Hybrid On/Off ASA
New Designz Slik Roller Trigger
Virtue Lite Microswitch
68ci 4500PSI Crossfire tank
Recommended
Upgrades:
Feed neck
On/off ASA
Strengths: Price
Air efficiency
Weaknesses: Bit loud
Has a decent kick to it
Review: The SLG is a very nice gun for it's price tag.

It shoots fast. (settings go as far as 30 bps, and i believe the gun is capable of cycling at 30bps, but when you try shooting that fast, you get a lot of chops, probably due to cheap eyes/board), but it can do 20/25 bps easy without chops, and nobody really needs more than that.

Air efficiency, the 145 psi operating pressure is a nice feature. You can get 1500 shots off a 68ci 4500 psi fill, but the low operating pressure lets you shoot even if your tank is really low. One game I was confused as to why my marker was shooting lousy, the first shot was fine, but when i shot ropes, I would get drop off. After the game I noticed my tank's pressure was down to about 150 psi.

As long as the eyes are on, and your rate of fire is reasonable, this gun doesn't chop.

The stock feedneck is useless. If you take the top o-ring out, and use some tape, you can get your loader to fit, but it's better to just spend 20$ for a new feedneck.

The trigger is not bad, after some adjustments with the screws, it shoots ok, but it's a bit stiff. If you take the trigger spring out, it's too light. I recommend getting the Virtue microswitch.

The stock barrel isn't bad, but if you want ball on ball accuracy you should upgrade, autococker threads are easy to find.
Conclusion: For those without unlimited funds, this marker is more than adequate. Even as a pro player, this marker has all the features a reasonable player needs.

The marker has all the same basic features as any high end gun, so high end upgrades are easily achieved.

A nice beginners marker that can be upgraded as time passes.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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