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shwany Thursday, June 13th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
spyder with a booyaah trigger frame the m3 has a lighter trigger and faster rate of fire.
Marker Setup: i have a minimag with a sp AA 12 volt revy 4500psi 68ci nitro duck tank and many other extras
just a revy
Strengths: The m3 three has a nice variety of firing modes and you can adjust the rate of fire,in any of these modes, up to 20 bps. The trigger is the lightest of any gun i have ever shot. I put it into full auto with 20 bps and i didn't chop paint. I had an ordinary 12volt revy, i don't know how it didn't chop paint, and i only shot 200 rounds but in the few seconds it took to fire off those rounds, my view towards blowbacks will be forever changed. It even comes stock with an aci grafitti barrel.
Weaknesses: It is a newer gun, hasn't been in use for any long period of time. You just don't know how reliable it is going to be after a couple of months hard play.
Conclusion: I am probaly going to buy one. The only reason i give it a 9 is because it hasn't proved its self in the long run.
9 out of 10

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