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goatmouth Thursday, October 9th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 years0 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Brass Eagle Stingray
Tippmann 98
Spyder Phoenix
Smart Parts Ion
Marker Setup: -Smart Parts Ion (1st Gen)
-Smart Parts 360 QEV
-Smart Parts Fire Bolt
-Smart Parts Lo-Rise Feed Neck
-Smart Parts Freak Barrel Kit w/ All American Front
-Deadlywind Foehn B.O.B.
-Deadlywind Finger Lock Trigger
-Element V.2 Frame
-Virtue Board
-Virtue Membrane Pad
-Virtue Laser Break beam Eyes
-Virtue EZ On 2.0
-Virtue Argyle Bullets 45 Grips
-CP Shorty Regulator
Smart Parts Barrel Kit
Virtue Board
Virtue Laser Eyes
HALO B w/Rip Drive
Deadlywind Fingerlock Trigger
Strengths: Price
Simple Design
High-end Features

Weaknesses: Break Beam Eyes

Review: Once again Smart Parts has produced a great product. The gun is simply designed and works very effiecently. Truely customizable with many different upgrades from different companies. There is enough upgrades to make this gun perform like you want, depending on the money spent. Smart Parts has gave the average person in the game a chance to play with a pro feel. The gun is great for the money and will rip with certain upgrades just like my roomates Smart Parts Shocker.

With the setup I have I can spin a pie tin at 35 yards on semi, full auto, ramping, etc., the gun performs well.
Conclusion: The Smart Parts Ion gives a entery or weekend player a chance to play with a pro level feel. Yes there may be better guns out there but for the price you can not beat the Ion. I would suggest anyone with a smaller budget to buy this gun because you can always upgrade the gun later.
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, October 9th, 2008 at 9:35 am PST

Review Comments
iliveforthis99 Thursday, October 9th, 2008 | 1:48 pm PST
How are the eyes a weakness? I don't get it. Oh and you should know you can get PM5's for a tad under $200. Plus a classic Matrix still tears the Ion apart and they can go around the same price as well.
Last edited on Saturday, October 25th, 2008 at 7:37 pm PST

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