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Yukiyu Sunday, January 3rd, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Ego 08
shocker 09 with new board
Ego 10
Bob long closer
Marker Setup: Bob long Vice
Pinokio Hopper
Draxus 68/4500
Barrel (Preference)
Grips (Preference)
Strengths: Incredibly light
Tadao Rijuyin Board
Inovative feedneck
pillow bolt
Regulator and ASA
Weaknesses: The ASA
Review: What can I say about this gun that I havent already sayd up there. Maybe I can say that this is the nicest STOCK timmy I have ever seen. I have seen every other timmy out of the box and this one by far destroys every one of them.

Let me talk a bit obout upgradedability. The several ups that you can put into this gut are the following:

The 4 Eye System- Some people dont see the true benefits of the 4 Eye System. What a regular set of 2 eyes do is when the ball falls into the breech it charges the solenoid so that the gun can shoot. With the 4 eyes the top set of eyes will precharge the solenoid and get your bolt ready faster so you shoot faster with less posibility of choping paint. If you are a die hard rec baller then you will trully benefit from these since they will make semi auto much, much faster. But if you play tournament then you dont have to worry about the 4 eyes

Feedneck-You could put a new feedneck on this gun, But it just isnt necesary since this is the BEST feedneck I have seen on a stock gun PERIOD. You dont need tools to adjust it, just spin the little prop around to tighten down or to loosen up.

Other ups are your every day trigger and barrel so im not gonna get into that.


Stock trigger- This tigger is incredibly light thanks to the idea bob long himself had. He milled down the trigger and made it hollow inside so that it be 3X as light ans Twice as snappy. Also you can adjust the activation points like most other triggers

Low rising and Inovative Feedneck- 'Nuff said

Milling- The milling on this gun is the equivalent of a harley davidson in paintball. So much precision went into this gun that its almost a shame to play with it in the risk that it might get hit with a paintball. The 3-D milling on this gun isnt cheep.

Tadao Rijuyin Board- The tadao rijuyin board is code for " the musashi board that comes with bob long guns". It has every coustomizable feature in the trigger so you dont have to get into to the grip frame like most other guns. and all flashing is handeled by tadao.

Reg and ASA- these are some of the best in the industry so you dont have to worry about upgrading it.

Bob long Coustomer service- Im just ganna say that Blast knows how to take care of their people


Barrel- I personally dont like the inside milling on the barrel so im gonna get a CP 2 piece for 60 bucks or a 1 piece for 30 im still not sure. You might like it but i simply dont

Other than that this gun is perfect and if you dont think that this gun can match up to the guns i mention in the conclucion then get the yakuza OLED board for it and it is sure to match up perfectly.
Conclusion: Its a solid 10, Dont get an ego 10, dont get a rev i, dont get a dm 10. JUST GET THIS GUN, YOU WONT BE DISSAPOINTED.
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, January 3rd, 2010 at 7:19 pm PST

Review Comments
hectorg Monday, January 4th, 2010 | 11:54 pm PST
Great review I have had my vice for about a year fully upgraded and I am very happy, it shoots like a ego but only quieter and you can get a case of paint off a 68/45.

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