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tristanot Wednesday, November 4th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 3 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Dye Dm6
Proto Pm8
Mikko Huttunen's Personal Pm8
Bob Long Marq 7
Marker Setup: Bob Long Marq 7:
4C Eyes,Ryujin board, Gear Drive, .691 Marq Barrel, Closer Trigger, Silver Accents
DXS 48/45k Stubby: Ninja 4500 Reg.
Dye Rotor, Quickfeed
That's bout it...
Strengths: Build Quality
Outside Looks
Nice Weight
Smooth, efficient, pretty quiet
Weaknesses: WIRES!
Stock Trigger
I don't like the thickness of the grips and frame
Review: Ok, so I got this gun and was pretty impressed with it. It was VERY efficient, the most efficient spoolie out there(sorry NT, you can't cut it....).
It was smooth, not Dm6/Pm8 smooth, but it was pretty smooth. Sound signature was a cool spoolie, a lil different than a Dm6/Pm8. The Feel of the grips and frame combo was bad to me, as was the CRAPPY stock trigger. Either way, it was a nice shooter, just not my gun. The wires in the frame were so all over the place that I crimped an eye wire while putting it back together. $25 part for too many wires.....made me angry.
Conclusion: A great gun in it's class, I am just not a die hard fan.
7 out of 10

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