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Unregistered User Monday, January 7th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Various Spyders and my good ol Sniper 2.
Marker Setup: I was playing pump - but now have a Customized Inferno, it was a base rec but has been upgraded past the Terminator T3 level. It has the EVC conversion, WGP Ergo regulator, Smartparts bottom line and drop forward, trigger job, various barrells inluding a All American barrell and Boom stick, .45 frame, polished internals and a new chrome body! My gun was actuall all worked on by the guys at Belsales - UK.
For a stock models the Infernos are good but your should look to mainly upgrade the barrell, possibly a .45 grip frame for long term comfort, and a regulator is a nice addition, but not essential.
Strengths: The Inferno range are great begginer - mid level blowbacks. The moment you pick the marker up you can tell its quality! Hell its made by the same people that make the evolution autococker. All the body work is nice well finished and you dont endanger your life every time you trip and land on the marker. these are great guns, Mine has various upgrades and a trigger job, these can rock with the best ive played against various cockers and angels and have been able to hold the back. There well worth checking out!!
Weaknesses: I cant think of any real problems other than perhaps comfort. Its worth upgrading to a .45 grip frame If your playing all day as I found the other 1 uncomforteable. Plus keep the the gun cleaned and well oiled to avoid the bolt dragging. Some people knock the lack of say aftermarket upgrades but youll soon find it doesnt need many if any.
Conclusion: These are a good overall gun, the quality is superb! Its worth spending that little more to get an Inferno over say a spyder (I dont have anything against spyders) as youll notice the difference on the field in reliability and speed. There the best blowbacks ive ever used. Well done Belsales and Arrow Precision!!
9 out of 10

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