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gary12445 Saturday, August 2nd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Spyder 1994 (obviously not as good)
JT Protium (not as good, but decent)
Marker Setup: Epiphany Platinum Black
Velocity Jr.
DXS 68 4500 Tank
Full Freak insert Kit
Buy the freak inserts .691, and .689 (I use this one most)
Strengths: Rarely chops
Super Accurate
Good on gas
Price got mine $215
Weaknesses: No bolt out back makes for lengthy cleaning
A bit heavy but not unreasonable
Review: I love this gun. I am a former rec player of the 90's just getting back in the game and I have to say that this gun destroys people in rec walk on play. It can hold its own with all the higher end guns. I anticipate that once I start playing tourney it will be my lead gun for beginner tourneys, but it will make a great backup marker if I ever advance to higher levels.
I was disappointed that it had a leak right out of the box, but Smart Parts was realy good and had it back to me within 6 days of my ship date, and the repair was free. I have had no problems since. I am tempted to give it a 9 because of the leak, but all guns spring leaks here and there and for $215 this is an awsome value!!!

FYI, the config is:
Blue Volume Insert
12 click ROFDelay
30 Click Dwell
Conclusion: I say go for it if you can grab one for $250 or under. The EOS is overpriced right now (Bolt out back is not worth $180, especially since you usually need to clean your eyes after a chop anyway) The PMR seems like it needs a few upgrades to really make waves and mini owners don't seem to like their guns from what I've seem. I like mine!
10 out of 10

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