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Unregistered User Thursday, January 10th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Spyder TL Plus, Spyder Sonix, Tippman 98 & 98 Customs, Automag, Mini-mag plus a few others that I've only fiddled with. This gun destroys everything I've seen anywhere near its price point for quality, performance & reliability. Buy One of these unless you have serious cash to spend on something far better. Great accurracy and speed out of the box!
Marker Setup: Infermo T3 Terminator, ACI sub zero 6 stage expansion ( get an expansion or it will freeze onto you, big time!), Arrow 20Z tank, antisypon (don't try to use it without one), arrow on off valve, viewloader rev. 18V. Going to add a bottom line reg next.
Recommended
Upgrades:
A good expansion tank is a must, as is an anti-syphon Co2 tank. Get a Viewloader on it because it throws loads of paint, and play in gloves because that trigger does rub a bit!!
Strengths: Brilliant build quality, excellent accuracy and gas efficiency. Never breaks balls even in freezing weather ( trust me, English winters and paintball ain't for wimps!!).
The fit and finish of all the parts is as good as you'll find on any gun ( yes any !!), it really does look and feel like a solid and reliable tool. You'd have to be an absolute animal to be able to damage this gun!
Weaknesses: The trigger could do with a little attention, the lack of a good trigger shoe does make it a little uncomfortable after heavy use. The lack of upgrades seems a problem until you've actually used one of these guns in anger, then it won't matter so much. It's performance can be very paint dependent, but if you put site paint up your own marker then you deserve everything you get!
Conclusion: The inferno is a fantastic starter/ midrange marker that strips apart in moments for easy cleaning on or off the field, and has very few parts to go wrong, or for a newbie to get to grips with. The Hellfire barrel on my gun is real good for a standard tube, just keep it clean and you'll have paint going just about bang on where you want it. If your in the market for something easy, durable and a bit different then I'd recommend one of these. I won't claim its an Angel beater, 'because its obviously not, but if your better than the guy your up against then you'll beat him with this marker, regardless of what he carries. ( even if its because his gun has broken, because yours won't if its an Inferno! )
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
hudson633 Monday, May 2nd, 2005 | 6:20 am PST
I'm in the uk and i've rented afew inferno's and am constantly around them, after much use they have poor accuracy and are prone to break, whats more they can't contend with my Orion, and just along the price range in a tippmann a5, i took out an entire team of 20 inferno's to one a5! but i'm sure with good use and an electro hopper they could do better. Where bouts you play?
   

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