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xXMcMuffin69Xx Wednesday, April 15th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
6 months0 of 5 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Dlx Luxe
Marker Setup: Proto M8/Dye Rotor/Crossfire 68ci4500psi
Laser Eyes and Board
Strengths: Barrel,bolt,asa
Weaknesses: Stock Board and Eyes
Review: Unequaled quality, meticulous engineering and impeccable design are just a few of the reasons why Proto is the first name in paintball. We’ve advanced the new Proto Matrix 8 to the next level. It now includes our proven ergonomically designed Ultralite™ frame. The hourglass shape allows maximum control and comfort. The integrated heads-up display alerts you to the status of your marker. The new smaller, lighter Hyper3™ In-Line Air Regulator comes standard. This new regulator provides higher flow, more consistency, better ergonomic grip and smoother velocity adjustment. The LPR has been reduced in size and is now vertically adjustable. The bolt kit operating pressure has been lowered by more than 10%, increasing the number of shots you get per tank. Take your game to the next level with the Proto Matrix 8.

Conclusion: You Should Get it beacuse it is good and cheap
10 out of 10

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