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TEAM eNVy Saturday, May 9th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Many things from drops to direct mounts
Marker Setup: REDZ Ion
Evo III Loader
Guerrilla Air tank/ Myth regulator
Strengths: Possibly looks, however not worth it
Weaknesses: Flimsy rails, poor mounting, leaks air
Review: This asa looks kinda cool. I didn't care, it came with my ion, so that was that. I wouldn't have bought it otherwise.

Looks were the ONLY good thing though, as I later found out. When I first got the gun, the asa was already a little loose. I tightened up the set screw a little, however that did not help anything at all. I just let it go, and thought that I'd put up with a wriggley tank. I get to the field to use this gun for the first time, and as soon as I screw my filled tank in, it starts leaking air. I fired maybe 20 shots before my tank was empty.
Conclusion: Definatley not worth it. Looks don't count for anything if you can't play. You would be much better off spending your money on a real drop, or even better, a solid, direct mount asa.
Rating:
1 out of 10
 

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