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Unregistered User Monday, November 26th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
I used to own a P&P SuperCocker. That was heavier and the trigger was MUCH longer & stiffer. Not to mention the finish was weak compared to the UR2.
Marker Setup: I have the FIRST production Ultimate Revenge 2 (Blue/Silver Acid Wash with Black Sponge). Looks very similar to the picture above, except with a short Sidewinder Inline Regulator, Titanium BoomStick and a MacDev Pneumatic Regulator. I run a 68/4500 Armageddon nitro tank off a matching KAPP Micro D/F and Armageddon sleeve.
Recommended
Upgrades:
Nothing. Absolutely NOTHING.
Well.....a high-quality adjustable nitro tank is needed.
Strengths: What ISN'T good?!
The trigger is short and crisp (hard to accidentally shoot, but easy to lay paint)
Consistency is the best of any of my markers (+/- 2 fps)
Accuracy is Phenomenal (w/ good paint match)
Idiotically easy to maintain (as long as you follow the instructions and DON'T tinker!)
Anodizing is BEAUTIFUL
Balanced right on trigger (w/ tank/barrel/full hopper)
Not too heavy, not too light (IMHO)
"Inline Design" makes hitting the 3-way rod impossible
Weaknesses: Kind of expensive. I paid $1400 with the Titanium BoomStick, 2 drop forwards (both matched), and 2 other items sent to get matched.
Conclusion: This marker is (obviously) my favorite. I use it for rec play, tournaments and scenarios! I think it is an EXCELLENT balance between form and function. It looks just as good as it shoots. Is it worth $1400? I think so! Would I buy another one? Certainly! Is it the end-all, be-all of paintball markers? Most definitely.....at least in my eyes! :D
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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