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cellykraus Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
I've never owned anything comparable.
Marker Setup: PM8 Grasshopper
Pure Energy 68/45
Freak barrel
Nothing is really needed, this thing rips out of the box!
Strengths: Light, fast, accurate, easy to care for.
Weaknesses: Seems to eat air, spend too much money throwing paint *it goes fast*
Review: I just got back into the sport after taking 8 years off and first bought a Ion, but after one week of playing speedball and getting out-gunned by 16 yr olds, I knew that I would have to pay if I wanted to play with these guys. I ordered the marker and instantly was in the same boat, even after all the years off. I feel that a barrel upgrade is needed, but the boards are not, if there is a limit in tourney's on how fast you can shoot, I don't see the need to spend a bunch for "unlimited" settings. This thing rips if you got fast enough fingers.
Conclusion: If you have the cash, get it! It really seems to be the "Equalizer" in my gameplay. Only reason for me giving a 9 is because there is always something out there that could make it better.
9 out of 10

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