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Keith20 Tuesday, November 25th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: DP G3
CP Shorty reg
Hybrid Grenade grips
CCM Mid Rise
Lucky 15 Barrel
Pure Energy 68/45
Strengths: Small
Weaknesses: side to side trigger play
Inconsistency in stock reg
Review: I havent had the gun for very long but so far its been amazing for me. Its super light, its accurate and i think its pretty much perfect out of the box. The effeciency hasnt been that great so far, but i'm hoping that will improve when I put a few more cases through it. Its also very well priced, it fit my budget nicely and performs better than most other guns i've shot in my opinion, and i've shot most guns on the market. The accuracy for me has been dead on. From about 25 yards away I was shooting the rope we use to hold up the X on our x-ball field, and was nailing it ball after ball, I managed to shoot it soo many time with one hopper i cut the rope in half, and all this is without the reg even being broken in.

Update: After using this marker quite a bit i've noticed a few things. The stock reg seems very inconsistent over the chrono, but I will admit this is something i have always been picky about. I upgraded to a CP reg and that seems to of fixed the problem. Also the effeciency isnt the best in my opinion, I can get about 6 pods and a hopper off a full 68/45 tank which in my opinion isnt that great. Normally id hop for 7-9 pods and a hopper off a 68/45 tank maybe my standards are just too high though. I also contacted DP about the side to side play in the stock trigger and was informed that it was due to the way the trigger was made, and thats why they now offer and upgraded trigger for a little bit more. I was also having problems with my raps lever constantly blowing orings, so again i contacted DP. They informed me that this was due to the set screws holding the raps in place and all i needed to do was adjust where my raps was. I did this and it fixed it. There customer service so far has been amazing, very friendly and eager to help. But in performance i still think this marker cant be beat. I used it in a tournament in january and it was keeping up with all other highend guns no problem. I think thats pretty awesome for a $300 marker.
Conclusion: I'd say buy it, it's definatley worth the money and in my opinion just cant be beat. I'm leaving it at a 9 due to the regs inconcistency and its air effeciency. But other than that i think the marker great and definatley worth the money.

-I'm only giving it a 9 because of the efficency soo far.
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, March 9th, 2009 at 11:58 am PST

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