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chuckasaurus Wednesday, June 10th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Spyder comparison between the two. The MR2 is a Milsim, and the G3 is a traditional type paintball gun.
Marker Setup: Dangerous Power G3
Dye Rotor
Pure Energy 50 ci HPA tank
APE Upgrade Board
APE upgrade board
Strengths: Weight....Accuracy....Reliability....Price....Simple To Maintain
Weaknesses: The stock board doesn't have PSP 3 shot mode
Review: The G3 is a great marker. It is everything a novice or experienced player will need. It is light, accurate, reliable, easy to maintain, reasonably air-efficient, and affordable.

The G3 has a GREAT flip ASA, and a wonderful clamping feedneck that will hold your hopper in place no matter how much you run or how hard you hit the ground. Dangerous Power holds the patent on both of these parts, and could sue all of the expensive gun manufacturers who are copying their patented flip ASA and clamping feedneck.

You can break down the gun for cleaning by removing the back of the gun, which doesn't require tools unless you really tightened it, and then sliding the bolt out. Thats it! You can easily pull out the bolt, clean the bolt, swab the barrel, and reassemble the gun in under two minutes. This gun is soooo easy to maintain.

The G3 comes with all of the tools you will need to maintain it, and a WONDERFUL set of detailed instructions that fold out into a poster-sized paper that has instructions and illustrations on both sides. The instructions are easy to read, and explain everything you will ever need to know.

There are some modes that the stock board doesn't have, so I would definitely recommend the upgrade board. Either the stock upgrade board ($35) or the APE upgrade board ($85). I bought the APE upgrade board, and the gun really came alive. The PSP 3 shot mode is a must if your going to enter tournaments, and the stock board doesn't come with that.

Almost everyone on my team has a G3, and we all love it. No complaints from any of us.
Conclusion: I want to give this gun a 9. It is pretty much flawless, in my opinion. I recommend the upgrade board so you can have the PSP 3 shot mode, but that is an option that everyone may not want. One player on my team didn't want it, so he kept the stock board. Therefore, I'm not going to give the gun a lower rating because of this, since it's an option that everyone doesn't want. If you want a gun that can perform like guns costing $1000, but don't have $1000 to spend, then you should pick up a Dangerous Power G3. You won't be disappointed.
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, June 25th, 2009 at 6:34 am PST

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