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Legacy Rage Friday, October 10th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Various E and mechan. Spyders- can't compete
Various Cockers- not even close
Ion-close but still owned
Various Tippmanns-can't compete
07 Ego-rofl...$1000 marker vs. $200...
many others
Marker Setup: stock Proto SLG- Black
Evo 2- z board comming soon
N2 P.E. 48/3k tank
Dye Ultralite Trigger frame
barrel-i suggest Dye UL, Dye Boomstick, or Stiffi 16"
Virtue or Hater board
Featherlite solenoid
trigger-CP or NDZ
ASA-CP or NDZ (on/off)
Feedneck-CP or NDZ
Strengths: Fast
air conservative
Weaknesses: Small feedneck
Polymer frame and trigger
Bit hard to walk
Review: My first impression wheneve I got it was," Not the nicest box I've ever seen but it is much better than what my tippmann came in. I'll store in here" so I take it out of the box and screw on the barrel. i instantly realized that this was one small marker; the second lighest I've ever held before (the 07 ego being first).

i had already bought batteries for it so i run out to my shed to grab my allen wrench set just to come back and realize it came with a battery and wrench set. So I decide to dig through my box to see what else came with it: Dye lube, spare parts, crappy barrel condom, manual, and A 1 Year Warranty. very nice so far. I open up the grip, pop my battery in, and turn it on. I turn off the eyes and dry fire it for a second and then start adjusting the trigger to my likings. i had this urge to try the other modes, so i open the grip up again and see that it's a DIP switch marker. i quickly found out that I HATE DIP switches; I couldn't figure out how to change modes even with the manuel. so i get on to pbnation and poste my delima on there(I did figure out how to swap modes =p)

One of my friends was having his b- day party that weekend so then was my perfect time to try out my new marker. after them seeing it, they decided to play a 1-on-6 game. i was the 1. they all had Spyder Victors or Spyder Pilots. I ran circles around them. It shot very nicely and I had no breaks using Impact paint. i got about 500 shots of my N2 tank. not the best, but then again the reg isn't worn in just yet. I can't wait to see the damage I'll be able to do with it once it's worn in.
Conclusion: In it's price range, it's number 1. but it can't compete against the very high end markers like Egos, DMs, or Timmies. 10 out of 10 in my book.
10 out of 10

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