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juan-nf Wednesday, June 11th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
spyder MR1, bt-4 combat
Marker Setup: bt banshee w/
-re remote
-re 20 oz CO2 tank
-sp progressive 16 inch
APEX for the stock barrel
Remote (stock is pretty big)

Strengths: Distance
Expansion chamber
Weaknesses: Gas hog
Review: When i saw this gun and the price, it was an impulse buy (cheap price with extra goodies). when i got home i couldnt wait to try it out, so i fired it in my back yard. i noticed immediately that the gun wasn't shooting up to its potential. i then switched tanks and it worked just fine. that can be contributed to the gun being a gas hog. when i tried my 16 inch sp progressive, i noticed that the accuracy and distance of the gun increased, so i would recommend a better barrel, or apex for it. when i tried it out at flag raiders phoenix project the next weekend, i knew i had made a right choice of gun. i shot paint with the best of them, just falling short of the players using flatline and apex. i was proud to count my number of kills at eight that day, previously using my MR1 at games.
Conclusion: For the woodsballer, i would recommend buying a better gun. i bought this gun because the price tag was cheap (290$ for used gun, laser scope and 2 12 ouncers; gun usually costs upwards of 370$), other than that this gun is great.
9 out of 10

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