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Dac152 Saturday, May 17th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Tippmann 98 Custom
Marker Setup: Spyder MR-1, Viewloader 200 Round Gravity Feed, 32 Degrees Remote LIne, 20oz Pure Energy Co2, Extreme Rage 4+1 Pod Pack, 4 Extreme Rage 140 Round Pods, 16in Smart Part Progressive Barrel, Red Dot Laser Pointer With Pressure Button.
Recommended
Upgrades:
1. Remote Line or Compression Chamber,
2. New Barrel, Stock Is Not Accurate Enough For Me
Strengths: The Mr-1 Is A Friggin Iron Horse. For 100 Dollars @ Wal*Mart. Angled Feedneck.
Weaknesses: Stock Elbow Is Weak And Rotates Occasionally
Stock Barrel Is Fairly Innacurate
Review: I bought this marker about three months ago and tried it out that day on a small woodsball course and I was fairly amazed. I assembled the marker, stuck a five dollar viewloader on it, bought some gameface scorched balls and I was set. I am not the most dextrous person so when the second game began I ran towards the first pallet and busted my sh!^ and banged the gun against a tree. I picked up my marker, wiped off the dirt, put my hopper back on, d@m% elbow, and loaded it back up with paintballs. I was the last man standing, partially because I was in the back, three times and I walked away a winner twice, enough said.
Conclusion: I recommend this gun for any one. The gun is soo friggin tough and a great alternative to a Tippmann 98. It is relatively cheap as far as markers go at $100 and if you want to play speedball you could get away with spending just $50-$75 turing it into a speedy beast. I really like it and it's the most dependible marker I have.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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