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Mr.Ion47 Sunday, November 14th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
6 months
Products Used:
None, this is my first marker.
Marker Setup: Jet Black Smart Parts Ion
CP 14" One Piece Barrel
Invert Reloader 2
Pure Energy 68/45 Tank
Definitely the feedneck. I recommend a different barrel and trigger though the stock ones are ok. The regulator isn't great, but it works sufficiently. Definitely upgrade the ASA if you can.
Strengths: Electric, decent price, quiet, 17 bps on the stock board, lightweight, smooth, cool look.
Weaknesses: No BOB kit stock (Ion XE does), regulator isn't great, trigger, ASA.
Review: I bought this marker when I first started paintballing about 6 months ago and it hasn't failed on me yet. The ASA will eventually start wearing out your tank threads so I recommend upgrading that. The feedneck is terrible so just buy a clamping feedneck. Other than that, it is an excellent gun for the price. I have shot about 5-6 cases through it and overall, it shoots really consistently. Although, the regulator isn't great either, but it doesn't effect gameplay that much at all. Overall, great marker for the price, but take these upgrades into consideration. Also SMART PARTS is OUT OF BUSINESS so those set backs apply.
Conclusion: Great marker for the price, but definitely consider those upgrades.
9 out of 10

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