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chaz360 Thursday, October 28th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Anything old school:
First Gen Spyders (Spyder One)
Sheridan PGP
PMI Pirahna
Various cockers

Out of all of these markers, the pro-lite appears to be the only one that could withstand being run over by a truck and still come out shooting (you-tube video pending?!)
- I mean, Jesus...the body is over a 1/4 inch thick aircraft Aluminum.
Marker Setup: -Stock Pro-Lite (i.e. no internal mods...if such products are made for this gun :P)
*Marker purchased for THREE BUCKS at second-hand store.
-CP - 14in. one-piece barrel (A5 threads)
-VL - 2000 - The only hopper you'll ever need for this "slow-and-steady" Behemoth.
-Boonie Sling
Strengths: Extreme Durability -
Integral grip ASA - good alignment (rifle-like with tank attached)
Decent accuracy
Weaknesses: Very heavy mech. trigger - (but hey , that's part of the vintage appeal!).
Review: Did I mention that his marker is DURABLE?. - Through mud,sand, cold, wind, rain, ice, or snow, this gun is the friggin' AK-47 of vintage woodsballin'. Just keeps on blasting as fast as you can yank-off the 5 pound plus, single trigger pull! Give the rings a couple drops of lube per event and you'll be field-stripping her around once a YEAR on average. No, this gun will not likely win a tournament-level speedball game, but for screwing around with friends at the local woodsball field, this marker is a hard one to beat. Accuracy is pretty decent as well, especially with a slightly longer barrel. Took mine out to the nearest field last weekend and was plastering hoppers at 20+ yards no problem. Also be prepared to talk shop when sporting a pro-lite, as such a historical marker always brings some oohs and ahhs from the Tippmann lovers crowd!
Conclusion: Do NOT buy this marker...cause I want it!
10 out of 10

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