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Tm7Springer Tuesday, January 26th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
RAM p99
Marker Setup: Tm7 14" night stick barrel dye rigor hopper pure energy 70cu 3000psi tank and remote line
Recommended
Upgrades:
Extra clips
Strengths: Realism high upgradable no hopper
Weaknesses: 20Rd clips core of marker is overly complex key part that are broken to easy.
Review: First off the marker looks fantastic. Standing five feet away from it you can not tell the real one from fake. It has all the mil-sim correct part to it. From the rear site with windage and pep holes. To the fully functioning 20 rd clips.
Tha marker has ok to above average range, but lack the ability to fire though brush with much effectively.
The biggest down side to this setup is haveing to load the paint into the shells and then the clips one by one. This is vary time consuming. Some of the other major drawbacks is clips do not sit tight when load in the marker. This will cause the round to feed in at odd angel leading to frequent jamming. Also when closing up the rap 4 the shell ejecter will stick out and if tour not careful you can shear the spring or ejecter off.
The problem with the core is that it is vary time consuming to remove from the marker and is hard to.get at the internal parts. The triggeris vary sloppy but This is personal preference.
The only other true down side to it is that the rate of fire on the marker is inferior most other markers not to note the small amount of paint each clip holds.
Conclusion: The mark is just not worth the time and money for standard woods ball. But if you are going for a true mil-sim then get but it's best if the other people you play against have it to.
Rating:
5 out of 10
 

Review Comments
xiongsta00 Saturday, April 3rd, 2010 | 10:10 am PST
i dont see what the problem is by just using mags in woodsball. im the only person who use mags majority of the time on the field that i go to. the .68 cal version at least when weather permits. i get guys out who uses hoppers all the time. i dont shoot a lot so i dont worry so much about paint. it takes more skills in being tactical then noob spraying. in this case, im more tactical. even when im playing with my other marker (hopper) i still dont go through a lot of paint (unless not taking the match seriously).
its just on playing preferences i guess.

in your case in the .43 cal, it just means you are going to have go get closer the other players to take them out if you cant shoot past 280fps.
   

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