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paintballFMJ Sunday, December 26th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month10 of 10 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
BT-4 Combat, Tippmann A5, Tippmann 98 Custom, Tippmann Bravo One (Tactical)
Marker Setup: Azodin Blitz (Stock Parts)
JT Spectra Thermal Mask/Goggles
Extreme Rage 16oz c02 tank
Invert Halo TOO Loader
Clamping Feedneck (I guess?)

Strengths: (See Review)
Weaknesses: (See Review)
Review: Strengths
-This gun has a fully adjustable trigger
-VERY cheap
-Autococker Threaded Barrels
-Azodin has excellent customer service
-Noob friendly
-Works Great Out of the box

-Feedneck is kind of loose, but it works quite well for a twist lock
-This kind of contradicts a strength, but compared to other speedball guns, its a bit heavier (2 pounds)
-Instruction manual was basically useless

The Azodin Blitz is a newer marker. The company is new, but they are filled with potential. My Blitz does everything I want it to do. The fang trigger is VERY easy to walk, and it is fully adjustable. The feedneck isnt the best, but it is pretty good. It works flawlessly out of the box, ive put about 4 cases of paint through it, about 8000 paintballs, (and not high quality ones), and have not had a single jam. This was my first gun, however I have been balling for about 2 years, just being a lowly renter. I was going to choose a Tippmann A5 over this marker, however, I am satisfied and I think I made the right purchase choice. This marker is awesome.
Conclusion: Look, some people might bad mouth Azodin with all these flaws. Great. Those are pros who have Angels and Eclipses and all those expensive markers. This is a somewhat noob who likes paintballing. Not a crazy paintball maniac, who lives, breathes, and dies for the sport, a casual player. Now, if you want to get into the sport, this is a fine choice for a starter marker. If the price is too expensive, go for the semi-automatic Azodin Kaos, which is 80 dollars at my local field pro shop. Even if you are an intermediate baller, and want a good backup, this would be a fine purchase choice. That is my review on the Blitz.

I would easily give it a 10, but NOTHING is perfect in this world, so I will give it the rating it EASLIY deserves. 9.
9 out of 10

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