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Unregistered User Friday, March 2nd, 2001
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: Great, durable gun. I`ve owned it a little less than a year. Works well in snow and rain(for me that is). A lot of snow up here right now but holds up great in games. Dissassembly-awesome, comes apart and goes back together great, also very fast. Has tken me out of some tricky places.
Weaknesses: The stock barrel does kind of suck, wanting to get custom barrel. No use for sight rail(even raised sight rail), PB feed gets in the way. Keep track of small parts when dissassembling!!!
Conclusion: This is a great gun, and kicks @$$ compared to my old sting ray(brass eagle). Not saying that sting rays are bad. Rapid fire. Upgrades are neccessary-especially for barrel. Mine didn`t come with one, so on the verge of getting one. Upgrades make it look awesome. I would recommend to new-comers of paintball, to experienced. Really fun gun-works great with Co2. Not sure with nitrogen and all (haven`t tried it yet). It is definitely worth how much you pay for it(I payed around $130.00-custom red splash). Hope to c some of you out there with it......
9 out of 10

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