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Crazyballer 100 Wednesday, February 4th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested14 of 14 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Angel LCD, Angel IR3, Angel A4 FLY, Angel G7, Angel A1, EGO 05, EGO 06, EGO 07, EGO 08, DM4, DM5, DM6, DM7, DM8, DM9, Shockers, E-cockers, Cyborg, Droid, Timmy, Invert Mini. There's more but I can't even remember them. -YES, I'm CRAZY for anything paintball!
Marker Setup: A1 FLY with Crosfire tank, Reloader B, Rotor, Barrel expansion kit.
Recommended
Upgrades:
None, It needs nothing. Amazing.
Strengths: Accurate, 1900+ shots off a 68, 180/ 50 psi, Dwell 4 ms.
Weaknesses: They're not giving them away for free.
Review: Taking it out of the box it's got that quality feel. You see right away it's got a digital display for easy program settings, turns on at the touch of a button. The bolt weighs less than half of the EGO09s.

How does it shoot?
I shot a few hoppers of very fragile paint through it and it had no kick I could feel and didn't sound much when shooting. And it handled that paint like a champ.
Liked the feel of the trigger. It's thinner and more angled forward compared to the A1.

Can it handle fragile paint?
It shot the most fragile paint I could find just fine. It could even shoot previously damaged and cracked paint if you loaded them by hand one by one. I know, that's insane!

Does it have the settings I need?
Yes. It's got variable settings you can adjust for any modern tournament. And a USB port for easy re-flash of the latest program codes. You don't need half of that, but it's all there for those who do.

Is it loud?
The magnovalve lets the gun operate so low it sounds more like pop than bang. So you can sneak up on people shooting the loud guns on the field and they won't know you're there. Sounds about the same as a Mini or DM.

Is it AGG?
Carbon barrel tip, thin trigger and the finger guard is big so you have lots of room, barrel kit with 3 backs, laser eyes that clean themselves, non-slip-FLY-paper pads, lightweight, fast as Frak. -What do you think?
Conclusion: Buy it. Trade for it. Steal it. -JK about the last one, but it's that good. Probably better than any other gun you'll see in 2009 in performance and specs.

I'm buying one as soon as I got the cash.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, February 4th, 2009 at 5:31 am PST
 

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