The Dream Shocker. Bigger, heavier, easier on the paint, strange ball angle.
I currently have a Freak Factory Vision Impulse with all the Vodoo upgrades available accept for the new grip frame. I run it on a 4500psi Maxflow air system. Barrel: Freak 12" and 14" + borr master kit.
I would really recommend the Vodoo bolt kit. It is easier to keep the marker clean and you don't have to grease it in all the time. The Smooth operator is a must have for anyone firing at really high rof.
The marker has an awesome rof. limit! Due to the formation of the trigger and the many ways of adjusting it.
It is really accurate! Shooting an entire case of Zap Performance on a target range proved the marker a great deal. Probably better than my Dream Shocker would ever be.
Easy to clean! :)
It is lighter than any other pro marker. Making it easy to maneuver.
This is a marker for both front players and back players.
It is not as sensitive to the paint as a Shocker.
It breaks paint when it is cold outside. 2-5 ´C.
yo man if you gave the ff a 8 u must be on sum major chornic cuz that gun is a ten!!!!! and why is that the guns fault it doestn work wen its cold what guns do if the paints breaking go to badlands and get the antifreeze paint its like a bill a case of 2000
Last edited on Tuesday, October 7th, 2003 at 3:31 pm PST
quote:Originally posted by pbN00B what guns run good when its literally freezing outside? And is that really the guns fault
any gun with nitro and polar ice paintballs can run well in cold weather, so long as you dont use the newb tactic of spray n pray becasue you mod your gun out to 25 bps because you need to compensate for something... anyone who really needs that other than pro's i suppose really isnt very good
First of all its not the guns problem that paintballs would be choping, Secondly its the paint it self that gets cold causeing it to chop besides you shouldnt be playing paintball anyway when its that cold theres no way anything would be in working order if its really cold out.