The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
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Similar Products Used:
Dm7, Dm8, Dm9, Pm7, Pm8
2010 PMR, Dye Rotor, DXS 68/45
Board (easy to use)
I opened the case to the gun and it was laid out very nicely. case is small and it is easy to find things, proto provides you with everything you need. Appearance and packaging are excellent.
As I go over the gun the trigger seems almost like plastic...maybe it needs to be adjusted more, but it is nothing like the UL trigger on dye series guns.
It is very inefficient, I can get maybe 6 pods off a full fill of a 68/45
Not too accurate, Compared to other dye series guns and to other egos it is not too accurate. This could be fixed with the addition of a new barrel.
TOYISH!!!, this gun does not have anywhere near as comfortable as higher end guns. When I hold a any dm, pm, ego, macdev gun, etc...i feel like I am holding a paintball gun and shooting an actual good quality paintball gun. When I hold and shoot the 2010 pmr it feels like a toy and shoots like a toy paintball gun. I dont get any where near the satisfaction with the 2010 pmr as I did with my recently sold Dm7. Although I have just recently got this gun, it can be assured that I will be getting rid of it within two months.
Overall, the gun is a good starter gun...but if you are a serious tournament player I suggest to get a used Dm7 or Ego 07 instead. I recommend this gun to players who are just starting out tourney ball and have the little extra cash to buy something new and easy to use. I would not suggest this gun to players who have been in the tourney ball scene for awhile, they will be dissatisfied. I will give this gun a 6/10 and that is being generous.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, May 8th, 2010 at 8:14 pm PST
Dispute: Ok I have been playing tournament paintball for 5 years now, and definately find flaws in your review. For one, if you really have played as much tournament ball as you say you have then you would know that the efficiency will get better once you break in the reg. also the gun is very accurate even with the stock barrel. My guess is your a first time user and dont really know what your doing. Otherwise you would not have stated this review
stunna totally agree with you. i might not have as much experience as you but everything you said was true. most people dont understand they have to give the reg time to break in and pretty much everygun is as accurate as the next (its mainly the bore match to paint, concestency, and quality paint). and the pmr has a Dye UL frame, almost identical to every dye frame on the market.