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Prussian Iron Sunday, December 6th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
Less than a month
Similar
Products Used:
Rentals, which were less accurate, more wasteful with Co2, and chopped more
Marker Setup: Brass Eagle T-Storm with:

-Red Dot Sight
-12" Barrel
-Tippmann M-16 (Alpha Black) Stock
Recommended
Upgrades:
-Red Dot Sight/Holographic Sight
-Some sort of Stock
-20oz or more Co2 tank
-Longer Barrel (Preferably a 16" or more)
-A Pod with at least a 140-round capacity is recommended for quick reloading ($1.97 at Wal-mart)
Strengths: -Fairly accurate within 35meters
-Extremely lightweight
-Easy to take apartclean
-Cheap as hell
Weaknesses: -Past medium range inaccurate
-Included hopper holds 140rounds
-Difficult to modify
-Many inBarrel splatters
Review: I've played only a few times, and after my first time I got this gun. For the price, it is really good. It is very light-weight, easy to clean, is pretty accurate within 30 meters, and very, very cheap compared to other guns.

For some reason, within around 30 meters, it is very accurate (me and some buddies were hitting targets the size of my palm from 30 meters on the first few tries), however if you go to anything beyond that much, it will become wildly inaccurate, often peeling off to the side or twisting all over the place.

After a few games, it began to chop alot, but only after extended use near the end of the round. For me, at least, 2-8 chopped/splattered rounds out of 260 and 20 minutes of crawling in the mud and dirt is pretty good.

A longer barrel is a must for anyone fighting in a non-CQB environment the entire time.
Conclusion: A great starter gun, and modifications can extend the time you use it for months if not years, and still amount to less than a Tippmann. Dollar-for-dollar, it's a great value. Good for seeing if you want to seriously play the game.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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