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Silent Night Friday, December 3rd, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
1 year10 of 10 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
98, A-5, X-7 (plus phenomenon version)
Marker Setup: Alpha Black e-grip, Proto Primo (gravity hopper), 16 inch Proto one piece barrel, 48 cu. in. 4500 psi
Recommended
Upgrades:
Hoppers, Barrel (depends on intended usage of gun)
Strengths: 15 Bps if needed, unprecedented durability, looks dangerous, lightweight
Weaknesses: Changing firing modes, disassembly is not easy (not for field striping)
Review: People complain that it is heavy, that is only possible if you are use to speedball guns or a Tippmann 98. I have weight it fully loaded, with 200 rounds and aluminum tank it is 9 lbs, steel/carbon fiber under 8lbs. I have ran a 1/2 mile with the gun and 750 paintballs in the heat in full hunting camo, and I still don't notice the weight. The most undoubted great strength of this gun is its durability. I played in a 24 hour scenario and it started pouring rain for 4 hours, this gun basically laid in mud and was get beat up as you are focusing more on standing and getting shot than what you gun is doing. Still fired over 500 rounds only chopping 3. And for this durability you sacrifice your striping and maintenance time which takes about 30 minutes for full proper job it really depends on how familiar you are with the gun. Also when your on the field ,you can style the gun so that is looks very formidable
Conclusion: My friends are jealous they have completely modified guns and some are even the line. My gun which is less than 300 dollars and I still can beat them in a gun to gun battle. It really comes down to who you are, how you play, and what you want in your gun. That will decided how much you like this gun.

Rating is based on guns of similar cost and purpose
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, December 5th, 2010 at 7:07 pm PST
 

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