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witchraven Sunday, April 25th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
ion,dark timmy, marq 6, 07 etek ego
Marker Setup: Stock Etek 3 digi camo
Strengths: Light
Easy to program
so far no chops
Weaknesses: could use a better Trigger
Review: awsome marker right out of the box, VERY light and even easier to won't go wrong with this one for the price it keeps up with the best of them even better then some high priced markers. I have a all stock w/the degi camo and all i play is woods ball the Etek 3 has not let me down and i suspect it never will. i have been playing for over 5 years and have gone thru meny meny markers such as but not limited to
fully upgraded Ion-dark timmy-etek ego 06- bob long marq 6 boblong defiant- mini-and so on too meny to list my point is the etek 3 is by far my favorite I also have a tippmann a5 a bt delta elite and a ion but all i use is the etek 3 yes even for woods ball
if you have the 475 to spend Buy this marker
Conclusion: I give it a 9 Becuase nothing truly is perfect not markers or anything for that matter
but if you want a marker that can with stand woods ball and be good enough for speedball this is the one.
9 out of 10

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