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pmr- isn't as much bang for the buck
ion- doesn't even compair
shocker- not as fun but other than that the same
f8 fusion w/ 110/4500 pure energy, empire reloader, and 3 in. dead on drop forward
if any... a barrel kit
Easy to adust
It is not as upgradable as pmr, ion, or mini.
I have spent a lot of time and energy researching guns of differant makes and models.
honestly I have never seen more bang for the buck. it, unlike the ion or pmr has no cheesy plastic parts. the kick is less than any of the other high end type markers i've shot or tested. This gun is great for a backup gun or a primary. don't get this gun if your just starting 'cause it is just a bit pricy at $450 if later you decide you don't want to keep playing. the triger gaurd is wide and the trigger is easy to adjust. the two part 14in. barrel (.690) is pretty accurate. I shot 500 rounds that had been overheated and then frozen and defrosted and the result was almost the worst paintballs ever but I still had no chops what so ever.
the pressure adjust is in the HPR( the forgrip) and it is easy to adjust. the modes are controlled by a series of 4 switches on the circut board which is great because that means no worrying about accidentally changeing modes in combat ( sorry spyder ).
the ability to field strip so easily can be a lifesaver as i'm sure i don't have to tell you.
You can literaly just pull the bolt out with the pin on the top of it. iknow my tank is a behemoth but i still got over 2700 shots in one fill which really says something about its air consumption.
if you are looking for a good upgrade get this gun. I only wish i could give it higher than ten
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, September 7th, 2008 at 3:39 pm PST