Tippmann 98 Custom, Response, Flatline Barrel - Awesome, Durable, Still used for Woodsball
07 Spyder Sonix w/ Rocking Trigger - No comparison
08 Invert Mini w/ Virtue Board - Okay, chopped like crazy, trigger was terrible
Proto SLG Ultralite
Ironmen Dye Trigger
Redifined Virtue Board
FREAK Barrel Kit
Kingman Fasta Hopper (Don't hate, 30+ BPS)
68/4500 Pure Energy tank
Barrel (see review)
On/Off valve (see review)
Trigger feels Great
(Stock barrel should be changed, see review)
Right out of the box, i ripped through 1000 rounds of the most brittle balls i could find in about 25 seconds. No breaks or chops. The trigger has a "monkey club" design, in which the pivot point at which the trigger is dropped forward from the trigger frame. This makes the trigger feel more natural in the hand, and allows you to tear through paint. Paired with the OLED board, this gun is an absloute beast on the X-Ball field. I play snake, and do not shoot after the buzzer. This gun is so extremely light, it has reduced my time from board to snake to under 1.45 seconds. I also play woodsball, and this gun is perfect. It is so extremely quiet, I could take three shots from twenty yards, and the person wouldnt know where I was. One of the most impressive aspects of this gun is its amazing air efficency. I can shoot a full case of paint (without chops or breaks) on one full air tank. Also, I had a race with my friend and his E-TEK to see who could waste a pod quicher on semi. The SLG UL won by five seconds.
Now, to the upgrades. I would suggest to anyone to get an On/Off valve. It is just easier that way. Not necesary, but it helps. Also, the barrel. It is one of the best stock barrels I have played with, but 11 inches just doesnt cut it.
Amazing gun, for tourneys and rec, for woodsball and speedball. With the right upgrades, the Proto SLG Ultralite will rival Planet Eclipse markers.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, December 9th, 2009 at 5:29 pm PST