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TeamRampage Wednesday, April 9th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Upped Ion, Ego 07/08
Marker Setup: DM7 Icon, CP Flow, CP Raze Trigger, Macdev 68/45, Velocity.
Recommended
Upgrades:
CP Flow Plug
Cp Raze Trigger (stock's no good)
Hyper3 Reg (yet to decide)
Strengths: Speed, UL Feel, Small body, Very queit, Eyes, Maintennance, cost (believe it or not)
Weaknesses: Stock trigger, stock board, reg, little inefficient
Review: I'll start by saying i've been shooting ego's for the last 6 mnths and it might not shoot as 'flat' or be fractionally heavier, but the overall feel, speed, and most importantly the fact that its so queit, doesnt have a mechanical crack that some guns do but more of an electronic push makes it in my opinion the premium marker line.
Accuracy is a lil questionable as its really the barrel and paint but have had some good results so far.
The Eye and Detent systems are awesome, easy to clean (despite never gettin dirty) and replace.
Some things to be careful of is the stock trigger is a waste of time go with the magnetic CP just trust me and many others, and the Hyper2 not a huge fan off, i mean it gets the job done and has nothing major wrong with it however the feel does leave a lil to be desired, Hyper3 can be installed onto this, it looks better and feels a whole lot better.
Another slight pullback is the board. The LED's and old school adjustment i can deal with in fact LED's are pretty cool, but only adjust very minimal setting (ABS, Dwell, ROF, Trigger Sens. and Fire mode), after doing some searching the Tadao Yakuza board looks the way to go if they can apply the LCD panel into orig. sticky grip rather than those Plexi poo things.
I managed to pick this marker up for $900, being in Aust that fairly cheap, so if you can track one down or wanna pay $150 p&h (propaintballshop.com) then its definately worth it!
Conclusion: Great gun, really happy, same as DM8, need a few adjustments and upgrades but you need that to know your gun. Sound is a big factor for me and in hand with the really good feel and very easy maintennance i would purchase this gun.
Only thing stopping a 10 is the retarded and loose stock trigger and the terrible on/off front plug + the need for some o-rings (despite having to chance any yet).
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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