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PaMoparMan Monday, October 4th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Spyder E-99 Avant (Upgraded)
Tippman Model 98 (Stock)
Bruizer Outlaw with Boo-Yah Lcd E-Trigger (Upgraded)
Bruizer Dark Raider
Bruizer Bandit
Bruizer Wiseguy
Bruizer Outlaw (Stock)
Bruizer Fugitive
Bruizer Pro

Marker Setup: Bruizer Outlaw with Boo-Yah Lcd Trigger(back-up) / 09 Proto Slg UL
Kingamn Fasta 9v (Back-up) / Pinokio Hopper
(2) Wgp Stratos 68ci 4500psi HPA Tanks
32 degrees whisper barrel 14" (Back-up) / Stiffi Money Stick Carbon Fiber 16"

Bruizer Pro (both black)
32 Degree Nightstick Barrel 12"
Empire Autococker Twister 13" Rifled Barrel Black
Lapco vm-68 to Cocker adapter
Lapco Cocker to Spyder adapter
Psycho Ballistic on/off Drop Forward
ASA and expansion chamber from Spyder Imagine refurb body
12oz Co2(both)
Tamaco/ Archon's Dual feed Hopper(both)
Buna-Nitrile o-rings(
Jt Raptor masks
Daisy lazer sights

The Fleet of loaner Markers
Bruizer Outlaw with Boo-Yah Lcd E-Trigger (Upgraded)
Bruizer Dark Raider
Bruizer Bandit
Bruizer Wiseguy
Bruizer Outlaw
Bruizer Fugitive
Bruizer Pro
Too much to list for upgrades on these markers.
Barrel, Drop Forward, and On/Off Dye Ultralight Asa
On 08 models you should change out the bolt to the newer one with a baffle to quiet down the marker. If I played in more tournaments I would probably upgrade the board and trigger... but the stock components are fine as long as you tune and adjust your marker to your personal preferences.
Strengths: Accuracy, Dependability, Price, and Performance. Dye Parts, Cheaper Proto nameplate.
Weaknesses: Battery goes dead if left in marker during storage.
Review: I have shot over 20,000 paintballs with this marker and played in numerous games, which include speedball, scenario paintball, airball, and woodsball. I am not an expert, but I do repair equipment and understand the basics of paintball. I am not a front player, I have tried and usually end up injuring myself. I am a mid range player that sometimes plays towards the back when the ranks are running thin.

Now for the review of the paintball marker. The first game I played with this marker was more of a test than a game. I found out that I needed to tune my gun and by the second game I had the best players on the field paying attention to me. The refs and other players came over to look at what I was shooting. They found out that a tuned Proto SLG UL can keep up with a markers that was 400 dollars more expensive. Saying that will undoubtedly get people with higher end markers immediately mad ... but at this field the players seemed more interested in the sport of paintball and not why a well tuned SLG UL was pinning them down. The marker has jammed three times on me in the entire time I have used it. NO DISASSEMBLY was required to clear the jams. The Proto SLG with a small nipple on the back of the bolt cap and by depressing this button you can "reset" the bolt thus effectively clearing the jam in seconds. I would say that if you don't read the manual on any paintball marker you will have problems with the marker no matter what you pay for it. If you read the marker instruction, learn how to adjust your marker, and get some tips from your local paintball field... this marker is an amazing option to the high-priced markers. It is easy to disassemble to clean and lube. The stock parts are adequate, but every marker can be upgraded to make it better for your personal taste. This is not a DM9 or SL74, if you are trying to buy a 1,000 dollar marker then stop reading this review, not everyone has that kind of money to spend. I play for enjoyment, not for the money, and this gun has impressed me completely. I would have researched the competition in this price range and find that most are just as amazing as the Proto SLG... but I like Dye and Dye is the parent company of Proto.
Conclusion: I conclude that if you are looking for a newer marker that can keep up on the field for occasional playing, go to your local shop and hold it in your hands. I personally would recommend this marker to everyone, but the truth is that your personal feeling about how the marker balances in your hand, feels, sounds, and performance is relative to your personal preference.
10 out of 10

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