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^death_metal Tuesday, May 27th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Rental markers
Tippmann 98c
spyder clones
Marker Setup: Sonix 07 with 20oz anti-siphon and VL-200 hopper w/ghetto clamping feedneck
The barrel and feedneck, maybe an x-chamber/reg
Strengths: PRICE!!
solid construction
stupid easy to clean/service
doesnt chop
Weaknesses: Barrel
Review: Picked this baby up from action village for 65 bucks, and upon opening the packaging I was impressed. I was expected something much less in both fit and finish, it is after all a starter gun. The barrel is OK, it is longer than most stock barrels but still leaves much to be disired in the accuracy department. My test firing was done with 'visable impact' brand paint, VL 200 hopper, and a 12oz co2 bottle, in 500 rounds not a single chop. Accuracy was decent at 25-30, Id say fist sized groups.
Conclusion: I would recommend the marker to anyone new to owning a marker (it can be upgraded alot) or somone new to paintball. This is not a high end marker by any means it does everything 65 bucks should.
10 out of 10

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