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geo lover Tuesday, March 24th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
planet eclipse 2009 vicious ego original etek ego ion fully uped (not even the frame is stock you could order all the parts and just build this thing) pmr 09 DLX LUXE ( never owned only shot for two games when i guy let me see his it hated it) dm8 or 9 (couldn't tell they are so similar hated it anyways)
Marker Setup: geo all stock internals
deadly wind barrel
dye rotor
crossfire 45/45
Recommended
Upgrades:
maybe laser eyes cause it might eat batteries havent had it long enough to decided
Strengths: Most air efficient spool valve, quite, easy to tare downr, no barrel rise, really light
Weaknesses: Price
Review: this is a amazing gun. i shoot a 45/45 tank and i can get three pods and a hopper out of it and still have half a tank full. i never have shot all the way down to 0 with cause I'm not gonna waste paint or have to leave a game cause I'm out of air. This gun is silent. i have played every where with this gun and it works great wether you are behind a can in a corner, under a bush in the woods or diving into the snake. It so quite i don't no if my barrel effects that though cause I DO NOT USE THE STOCK BARREL AND I HAVENT YET. I will soon but i like my deadlywind so much. You will never have to take this gun a part at a field. I no this for a fact cause in a game i turned the eyes off and i chopped. i get back to the pits and expect to miss the next game cause i will have to clean no the case the eyes were clean so all i did was pull the propshaft can and bolt out pushed a swab through and i was good to go!!! the board is awesome just watch the youtube vid with jack wood or read the manual on there website it has every feature imaginable. the trigger feed neck and asa are what u would expect from planet eclipse. S3 reg is super easy to a just beast even the custom products in my opinion. Now the only bad thing is the price i never have owned an ego cause i didnt understand why i should spend this kind of money on a paint ball gun the ego and ion are my brothers the pmr is my freinds i own a used first generation etek o got for 500 with the orange spitfire bolt and laser eyes. this gun is worth way more than what i payed for it. its a phenomenal gun i would just like to see the G-TEK or something similar to what they are doing at pe with etek for the geo so more people can get a similar gun to this one. i almost for got to mention the reliablity u can beat this gun up and it will keep shooting i dove into puddle or so i though it was more like a small pond i found out and there was mud an water all inside of every inch. the gun shot till the end of the day straight and true i was surprised no other gun has done that for me. def an amazing gun.
Conclusion: This gun is great beats all the dms and the luxe ( have shot and seen internal on both to many orings and seals just asking to break down) totally wroth the price i was hesitant to go with it over an ego ( i hated spools till this gun) but took the risk and boy did it pay off
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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