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flyguy327 Sunday, March 29th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
dm3
a1 fly
Marker Setup: epiphany
70/4500 crossfire
egg evo3
Recommended
Upgrades:
saber trigger
virtue board
drop forward

Strengths: Accuracy, price
Weaknesses: Loud, not super efficient
Review: Accuracy
the gun is super accurate up to about 200 ft. it does not sway side to side unless you have a ball break (uncommon with 40$ paint). it does use a little bit of air, but it is worth the accuracy.
price
you cant beat the 250$ price tag for such an accurate gun. perfect for a person looking to make the step up from a spyder or tippman
loud
the gun is pretty loud, not that i care, its just annoying to listen to something that loud that close to your face.
efficiency
the gun is accurate as hell but i go through a ton of air. around 900 shots off of my 70/4500, maybe 500 off of my 72/3000
barrel
a new barrel wont make too much of a difference, i dont think. the freak it comes with is a pretty good barrel, doesn't need to be upgraded.
trigger
the trigger sticks a lot, i didnt like it until i got the saber trigger. the thing is super easy to walk, and the frame is perfect for it, my fingers aren't squished like they would be with an autococker or something.
board
the stock board only has three or four settings and they are a pain to play with. ramping is only set at 17 bps.
the virtue board is kind of expensive but i think its worth the money. all of the settings you will ever need will be on there and the virtue will fit most guns.
Conclusion: This is a great gun for intense woods ball. if you are looking to go to small tournaments or anything like that this is the gun i would recommend. its light, cheap, fast, accurate and looks sweet. if you are looking to upgrade from a spyder or tippman and you want another reliable gun, this is the one.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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