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Unregistered User Saturday, September 8th, 2001
Strengths: -much more accurate than a Tippman
-more reliable than a Pirahna
-all aluminum
-never breaks balls
-looks cool
-mostly Spider compadible for upgrades
-easy to disasemble and clean
Weaknesses: Some people say that they can't get the gun to work. That is because when you refill your CO2 tank and put it back on sometimes it won't recock automatically. So you have to turn the spring adjustment screw in untill it starts recocking and then turn it back in to where you want it.
Conclusion: The joker is a great gun for the money. It has the same performance for the money as a Spyder compact plus it looks cool and it has a standard bottum line. If you have ever had your thumbnail torn off by the cocking pegs on the side of a tippman then you will appreciate the top recocking peg on the joker. The joker is worth more than you pay for and when I recently played a Pirahna pro gt3 I found it to be worth more than the 290$ that its owner payed for it. The pirahna broke more than half of the balls that it shot. He blamed it on the barrel, so we traded barrels. My joker still shot fine with his standard clear plastic barrel, but his broke balls yet. I think this is the best deal of any paintball gun available. It definitely deserves a ten.
10 out of 10

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