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skyblast2 Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
6 months6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Brass Eagle Raider
Marker Setup: Planet Eclipse Ego 10, Pinocchio loader
Victor 09 with 16 inch barrel and clamping feed neck, halo b loader
Longer Barrel (not needed), better feed neck
Strengths: Accurate, cheap, durable, good range
Weaknesses: Feed neck
Review: Spyder is definitely on the right track here. I bought this gun as a beginner gun for my brother, as I was using my Ego 10. the gun worked so great I had to get one for my self. I take it regularly to woodsball and speedball, and some hyperball games. It works best on CO2, as it was built for that. If you do plan on using HPA, you must get a new ASA and a grip neck with regulators. But otherwise this gun is great. I still use it just because it works so well. Just make sure you keep it regularly maintained and it should work all the time
Conclusion: Buy this gun if you are looking into getting into paintball or even if you already are. This gun, with a few minor upgrades can easily be a very competitive on the field. And its cheap to top it all off. It gets a 9, because you can't put an E-board in it
9 out of 10

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