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calgonrah Tuesday, May 6th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
More than 5 years7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Nova 700, Supernova with DICER, Supernova ET and a gun that i designed that might have been inline for production had the company not gone out of biz. I would have pushed to have it named "The Pulsar". I would luv to upload a picture of my Pulsar to anyone who has an intrest in the novas or has nova owners site.
Marker Setup: Spyder(first gun ever)A left hand feed autococker, an automag and my Pulsar. I have a ton of others that I shoot but not as often.

My pusar has the recipricating barrrel with a cutdown shroud and an extremely modified body. I wont shoot CO2 at this point but Im sure I could remedy that with some DICER tech added if i wanted to.
Recommended
Upgrades:
We were about to introduce a breech system that eliminated the recipricating barrel. I had sever ideas for barrel shrouds for those that enjoyed the moving barrel. Aside from a total reworking of the gun I think it shoots amazing and with just a little info about the internals can be the most problem free marker ever made.
Strengths: Low preasure HIgh volume adds range and accuracy
Weaknesses: Moving barrel stumped some people and it with quirky internals its was tough to learn
Review: Seeing as how I was there and acctually built most of the guns you people are using I find it extremely refreshing that your still writing revues so long after the company went under. I would love to be able to chat with anyone about their gun and I might even be able to help with a few problems or suggest solutions or upgrades. I have a few custom one offs and would share pictures with anyone and I am also looking to buy a 700 as I never got one for myself.

I luv the gun and the only reason I am not shooting my pulsar today is being that it was a prototype body I broke it and I couldnt replace the body in time before the company went under. I do have ideas as how to get it back together and on the field.

Conclusion: on a side not I read here that someone said the gun hates liquid CO2, I would love to put that person to the test with a functional supernova in working order. I would be willing to bet money that not only does itshoot liquid CO2 just fine, I could freeze up the bottle and gun and wouldnt probably even raise an eyebrow at the chrono station
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Slinky17 Wednesday, May 7th, 2008 | 1:58 pm PST
This isn't really a review. You should have made a post in the forums.
   

calgonrah Thursday, May 8th, 2008 | 8:41 am PST
Your right of course I was just so happy to see that there was nova interest I just posted. It wasnt till after that I realized I hadnt read the posting requirements. If I could delete it I would repost it in the formus. Sorry bout that I dont use formus often.
   

tippmannater Saturday, April 2nd, 2011 | 11:28 pm PST
i have a question if i was to buy one today about how much would one cost?? im looking into colecting paintball guns that arent made any more and i dont want to get riped off
   

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