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Neutsy Thursday, October 8th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Piranha GTi
Marker Setup: BT-4 Combat w/ M4 Barrel, Bipod, Apex.
Whatever you want.
Strengths: - Light Weight
- Decent range
- Fairly decent construction considering price
- Cheap
- Very user friendly
Weaknesses: - Quite Loud
- Slow rate of fire
- Not many upgrade options
Review: I recently purchased this Point Zero marker for $30 Canadian, it's not too bad, and I just mainly use it as a backup. Its much lighter than the markers I'm used to using. It has a fairly weak rate of fire, but then again you can't get much around here for $30 that's semi-auto. Its barrel looks like it was once a piece of metal tubing you could buy at a local hardware store, its range isn't too horrible but its not very accurate. Its a great noob gun. I compared it to a Piranha GTi, the GTi is a bit better (obviously) but this still isn't that bad of a marker, the weight is the big issue, It weighs nothing and is easy to haul around.
Conclusion: I would recommend this marker to anyone wanting a cheap and semi-auto alternative to for instance a Talon Ghost or some other pump action marker. It also makes a great beginners marker, very easy to use.
5 out of 10

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