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tristanot Friday, April 10th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Dye DM6
Proto PMR
Smart Parts Ion, wait, not even close
Bob Long Protege
Marker Setup: Bob Long Protege:
4C Eyes, M8 board, Cam Drive, Marq Barrel, VP Trigger,
Violent Bolt, LP poppit, Vice Feedneck
DXS 48/45k Stubby: Ninja 4500 Reg.
Dye Rotor, Quickfeed
ASA is preference
Strengths: Quiet
Eye Pipe
Weaknesses: LPR Slot
Ribbon Eyes? Cmon!
Crappy Dye Feedneck
Review: GREAT spool valve. Absolutely amazing. MUCH better than the Dye Dm6 I had, lighter, tighter and better overall. I love how quiet it was and ZERO kick, without any "zick" upgrade(haha PE). I loved the eyepipe, but at the same time, I HATE the ribbon eyes. They are too easy to jack up. And, I couldn't get my Rotor on that horrible Feedneck. Overall, for those looking for a spool valve gun, this is Proto's best. I would buy another over a PMR 09 any day. I personally got tired of spools and sold it, but for spool lovers, this is your gun! don't spend extra $$$ on a DM8/9, the PM8 is the best quality for the price.
Conclusion: Overall, it was amazingly well built, and it is better than any other spool for the price. I loved it, but it isn't the GREATEST gun I have ever owned, so I give it an 8.
8 out of 10

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