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

1 year
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.
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.
10 out of 10

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