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stehz Wednesday, August 19th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
1 year
Products Used:
SP Vibe
Proto SLG
Invert Mini
SP Ion
Marker Setup: dangerous power g3
techpb barrel
draxxus 68/4500 cf hpa tank
viewloader eggy 3 hopper
Barrel, APE board, trigger if you must
Strengths: Accurate
Looks sweet
Feels great
Weaknesses: Stock board
Review: This gun is amazing.
When I first saw this gun I thought it looked great, and when I picked it up I was even more surprised. The thing is so damn light! It feels great also. Immediately after purchasing, I set it to 25 BPS. Not one ball chopped.
Though, I was a bit disappointed when I realized it didn't have a 3 shot :s
Kinda sucks paying extra cash after you bought a 300 dollar gun, but with the APE board it's a flawless gun.
The stock barrel has a large bore, so I was a bit worried about paint chopping eventually, so I got the techpb barrel.
The trigger has a bit too much side play, and you can only adjust it up to a certain point.
Conclusion: Buy this gun!!! Best marker $300 can buy!
9 out of 10

Review Comments
ITSRAININGPAINT Wednesday, December 30th, 2009 | 12:31 pm PST
Uhh, you do realize that the TechPB barrel has larger bore than the stock barrel right? (Stock is .690, TechPB is .691)

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