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DRTHV8R Sunday, June 7th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Dmc, pm5, pmr, slg for spools
Marker Setup: ICD Freestyle
proficiency engine?
evil driver 14" barrel
evil detonator hpr
trinity clamping feedneck
Recommended
Upgrades:
proficiency engine
clamping feedneck
barrel of your choice
Strengths: SMOOTH
easy to take apart
small
light
Weaknesses: Air efficiency
icd no longer in business
board options
takes a lot of maitenance
Review: I bought this gun used (50 shots with reballs) for $90

the good:
-small and light package, easy to throw around
-nice asa stock
-looks nice, not overdone or anything
-simple maitenance, doesn't get much easier
-probably one of the smoothest guns i've ever shot
-feels extremely ballanced in your hands

the bad:
-can't get parts anywhere, icd is no longer in business. there are plenty of forums though to help out
-air efficiency is awful. i shoot a ninja 50/4500 in a town where we can only get 3000 psi fills. i learn to pick my shots. air efficiency is awful, although the proficiency engines do help out a bit, but they are hard to come across
-board is basic. on with eyes and on without eyes. nothing more. no dwell no rof no nothing
-fsdo is common, especially right after airing up the marker
-stock barrel is really okay
Conclusion: Overall this gun is definately the nicest shooting gun i have shot thus far, but it is spoiled by poor air efficiency and a lack or board options. i have a bigger air tank coming, which may help out, but if you are a back player and want to throw down a lot of paint, you may want to look elsewhere. as for front players, this would definately be a good gun to look into. i got mine at a price where i almost feel guilty for stealing it, but you can find them in the $80-$150 range used. definately a gun to look for if you want a smooth, balanced gun.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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