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yards555 Wednesday, July 17th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Marker Setup: m3 patriot sniper iwth 12vlt xboard hopper and teardrop barrel, soon to be stone cold 2 barrel
Recommended
Upgrades:
a barrel although the stock is good. nitro if u got the money, deffinetly a revy
Strengths: *lcd is awesome, (different modes, speed adjustments, battery indicator, shot counter, game timer)
* shoots really fast( 4 to 20 bps)
*very accurate!
*leaves big welts
*thumb velocity adjuster is nice(no annoyiong allen wrenches)
*good stock barrel
*good for woods and speed ball
*has spyder threads wich means u can get pretty much anything
*looks great, almost like an angel
Weaknesses: * doesnt get respect couse its cheap for its cabibilities.
Conclusion: its like a cheap angel, they're very similer guns. the sniper just doesnt have some of the frills just the stuff that matters. the reason its so cheap is becouse m3 makes there own parts in their own factory. this is a great gun i got it for 220 and ive seen it for 320 so thats good. Great gun, great name, u should get it!
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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