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redgoattee13 Monday, April 21st, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month17 of 18 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
E-Trigger Spyders, Smart Parts Ion.
Marker Setup: Smart Parts "Vibe" w/ 12'' Teardrop barrel,
Empire Reloader II,
Smart Parts grips,
20 oz co2
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel, feed neck, trigger (I think trigger mods void the warranty).
Strengths: Price 140 bucks. CO2 efficiency best I've seen. Smart Parts regulator. Bolt out back.
Weaknesses: Needs six different alan wrenches to completely disassemble,
Review: My friend bought this marker and, raved about it. I ordered one without shooting his. When it came, I gassed it up(I'm using 20 oz CO2), loaded it with paint. With just a little tweak of the velocity, this gun blew me away. I ripped an entire hopper on full auto. Not one chopped ball. The low pressure bolt really works. Oh, I was using "Wally World" paint. It proved to be very accurate and shot pretty far, farther than I would expect from a stock barrel.

The following weekend we played. I shot over a case of "Wally World" paint not one chop! Where has this marker been my whole life? I'm a working class guy. I can't and won't spend the money on a high end marker. Anyone who want's to play, but isn't funded by mommy and daddy, This marker is for you!

Everyone complains about it being capped @ 11bps. Big deal! Maybe not fast enough for speedball, Great for woodsball. If you don't think its fast enough, you probably need to improve on your game.

It's hard to get HPA where I live. So, a marker that runs well on CO2 is a Godsend.

Conclusion: All in all.... I love this marker! It runs good on CO2, It looks cool, does not chop, is affordable and, on top of all that it's Smart Parts. Buy It!
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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