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mxtrent@ Friday, March 12th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
1 year
Products Used:
No other low end electrical, and alpha black
Marker Setup: spyder emr-1 with J&J ceramic 12 in barrel and halo tsa sound activated hopper
a new barrel and an electrical hopper is necessary
Strengths: Rarely chops, fairly accurate, extremely durable. easy to maintain.
Weaknesses: A little bit heavy, sights are blocked by bolt.
Review: I think this is a great entry level electrical marker. It can be used very effectively in woods ball, and can be used in speedball, but not ideal. Very cost effective, the first day I pumped about 1000 rounds through without any breaks, or jams. Thats with stock everything and a 30 dollar hopper. The stock barrel is ok, not very consistent though. I personally don't use the full auto, but I have found the burst to be very effective in some cases.
Conclusion: Overall I think it is a good marker for beginner to intermediate players. It has fairly good accuracy, easy maintenance, and a great look. I would recommend this to any player who was an advantage over the semi auto guns.
8 out of 10

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