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c.y.e. Monday, February 15th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
I have a smart parts ion as my primary marker. It has a redz body kit, ans trigger frame, ans roller trigger, redz grenade asa, warrior donut, bob long pillow bolt, warrior low rise feed neck, orange detents, evil pipe 2 piece barrel.
Marker Setup: lasoya promaster gold/black. with an evil detonator, cp feed neck, proto barrel, and an sp ion asa. i use an egg 3 with z-board
Recommended
Upgrades:
asa/drop foward
feed neck (clamping)
low pressure reg.
barrel (auto cocker threads)
grips (.45)
Strengths: Speed
Accuarcy
Looks/design
Weight
Price
Weaknesses: Needs asa
Regulator leaks
Battery is a tight fit
Feed neck
Review: I bought this marker as a back up to my ion. During play, I started having a slight leaking problem in the solenoid of my ion, so I switched to my lasoya pro. I was amazed at how fast and accurate it was. It was hanging with the ego's (that everyone seems to have) no problem. Since then my ion ( which has over $400 of upgrades in it) has taken a back seat to my lasoya promaster. I have yet to have any problems with it, except for initial reg. leak. but i was planning on upgrading that right away ayways. I find that the board is actually easier to use than my ion's, and im an idiot when it comes to electronic crap. It has 4 switches that you alternate on and off for different shooting modes.The marker shoots very accurate and fast. The trigger is pretty sensitive so trigger work is cake. I can tap the side of my trigger and it will fire. Overall an awesome marker.
Conclusion: I would defenitely recommend this marker to anyone of any skill level as a primary or a backup. The quality, speed, and accuarcy for the price is unmatched. I bought this marker new for $99.99(if you want to know where i can email you). It has a suggested retail of anywhere from $430 to $600 depending on where you go, and if you can even find one anymore. If you do buy it. The only reason it doesnt get a "10" is beacause of the reg., and feed neck.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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Hourdoctor Sunday, May 9th, 2010 | 4:44 pm PST
Yes Where!? i am definently interested in knowing!
   

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