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dizzle87 Thursday, January 15th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Similar
Products Used:
I would say that this gun stacks up among any high end gun on the market today without hesitation!
Marker Setup: Knight Rider edition Vice (Black with Red accents)
45/45 Crossfire HP tank
Vlocity Jr. XSV edition
Acidcustoms Carbon fiber trigger
Sly Barrel Kit
Recommended
Upgrades:
I would deffinetely say the ASA needs to be changed out for an on/off. Also a barrel kit because of the inconsistant sizes of paintballs. I prefer the sly because I am a small player and prefer the lightest setup I can get!
Strengths: Size, Weight, Speed, Glam appeal.
Weaknesses: ASA should be on/off from the factory, also the grips could be anotomically correct...
Review: I had been in the market for a while for a high end gun and looked at just about everything BUT Bob Long markers. I was dead set on getting a used ego8 because the prices were pretty reasonable. I then was recommended a Vice because of a list of improvements over an ego in my opinion. The vice is very small, very fast, and very very light! I chose to get the whole bang when I got it. I chose to get the 4C eye upgrade, a barrel kit, a lpr tester, a carbon fiber trigger, and a Critical on/off asa. All of these items make the gun shoot like a hot knife though butter! The gun is super smooth, very quiet compared to every other poppet gun out there, and just feels like an extension of your arm that just happens to shoot paint out of it at a VERY high rate of speed!

Now I do have a couple of very minor personal issues with the gun. First would be the grips. The grips are standard panel grips, and are relatively sticky, but are not very comfortable in the hands. Something along the lines of a Dye grip you would find on a UL frame would be perfect! Second is the machining marks on the gun. It is not that big of a deal because when you are playing, you are not looking for milling marks. However some people dwell on this.
Conclusion: All in all this gun shoots t!ts and I am deffinetely happy with it! I give the gun a 9/10 because simply put nothing is perfect!
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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