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rkr1991 Sunday, December 27th, 2009
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 6 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
spyder one
spyder shutter (both are way better guns)
Marker Setup: stock ion EOS
all you can afford
Strengths: will run on co2, HPA, and nitrogen, low pressure
Weaknesses: Don't shoot but about 20ft unless u aim way above target.
paint scratches easily.
Review: I first got this gun for Christmas brand new for $400 with HPA bottle included. when i opened the box i thought wow this has got to be better than a spyder. its got custom designed grips, a freak jr. barrel, built in clamp feedneck, and a electronic trigger with rebound, semi, and full auto. so i get the gun out and notice the psi gauge has a small crack in it, i think no problem i can deal with that. i put on a halo hopper and hpa bottle and turn it on to shoot it. after the first shot i wasn't to happy when it shot about 20 ft at 180 psi. i get on the internet and set the dwell, and rof to it recommended setting to shoot 17 bps (as fast as it will shoot). and turn the psi up to about 200 psi, it shot about 35ft this time. i got to turn the psi up to 210 and notice the gauge is hanging down under 0. the gauge broke so i take it back and get a new gauge put on it. (the gauges range is between 0-300 so i know for sure it was set at 200 and not over 300 to mess up the gauge). the best psi is between 180-220 i think.
today i take it out to play with some friends and the dominated me. they were shooting and hitting me when my gun was way out of range. they could aim and shoot me directly when i had to point mine at the sun to get it to reach them and all they had to do was duck cause the paintball was so slow.
Conclusion: Don't pay $400 on this gun..... go buy a spyder
not to mention that my step dad got a ion shocker and it wouldnt even fire once we got there it acted like it wasnt getting enough air to move the action but it is set at 200 psi.
5 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, December 27th, 2009 at 9:22 pm PST

Review Comments
CwMike08 Wednesday, March 24th, 2010 | 5:26 am PST
I do not think he is reviewing the gun really well or accurate at all.

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