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Unregistered User Tuesday, July 31st, 2001
Strengths: This marker has a nice anondizing job and is cheap. It also has a pretty good barrel for stock.
Weaknesses: Everything else. This gun is cheap for a reason. When you screw in the Co2 it leaks all over, so you have to get a remote system. It is higly unreliable as far as firing. It does not always recock and sometimes it sputters , and yes, I was on a full tank of Co2. When it does fire correctly it has geat range and accuracy, but it usually fires about thirty feet and does not even break. I am using good paint and cleaning my gun after every use. In the three games I have been in using this marker i has refused to work and I had to call myself out.
Conclusion: Here is another reason why not to get this gun. It is made by a comopany called Diamond Labs and distributed y Diablo. Diamond then became TRibal paintball and then a few more companies. In short, the company is now no more. When I tried to send it in for repairs I found all of this out and that the warrenty is bogus. The remaining jokers out there are just the factory rejects the dead company sent out before dissapearing.
1 out of 10

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