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codeman99 Thursday, March 13th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 10 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
sp ion
spyder electra
Marker Setup: SP EOS
72/4500 pmi tank
halo b w/ rip drive
board( a little slow)
Strengths: Accurate
bolt out back
doesn't hog air
Weaknesses: Nothing that should make you not want to buy it
Review: PROS:

one I got this gun in th mail I was very ecited,I couldn't what to shoot .I was so improsed
on how accurate an consistent it dont have to upgrade this gun a whole lot since it comes with a freak , clamping feed neck and an on/off asa stock.the new trigger is awsome no more side to side stuff, very solid. very easy to clean. just oppen up the back and everything is right there.


Smart parts didnt include the full manual you have to download it of the internet.
The liquid carbon finish is very very shiny to some people thats cool to others no so cool.its to shiny If you play woodsball but in tournaments who cares
Conclusion: its not just an Epiphany with differant looks or an upgraded ion no it is much more than that.its alot of little things that maks me love this gun and thats why I'm giving it a 10
10 out of 10

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