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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.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
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
Recommended
Upgrades:
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
Price
accurate
air conservative
Reliable
small
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.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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