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JonnyBoy6786 Thursday, August 8th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Shocker, Spyder TL Plus, Tippmann Model 98, Impulse, etc.
Marker Setup: I have a beatiful custom annodized desert fox. It's black with a green splash. I have a 48 ci 3000 psi PMI pure energy nitro tank and micro line with firrings. I will be soon getting: Smart parts green wood grips, drop forward, DYE Aluminum barrel, and a revvy.
Recommended
Upgrades:
The stock barrel is pretty bad. Untill I sell my old gun I'm going to have too suffer with it. Nitro is a MUST for any high end gun! Could use a drop forward to center some of the weight of the marker. Stock grips are the cheap rubber/plastic pannels that companies love to put stock on there markers. A 12 volt revvy is a must if you are planning on firing fast.
Strengths: THE PRICE! I got mine used from a tech at the ICD Factory for $250! Look round on the net for deals. This marker is very high-quality. They are seriously built like a tank. You could run over it with your car and it would survive. In my opinion it looks sweet. Not many people have or even heard of them so you'll get a lot of interest on the field. The trigger on this monster is beautiful. Its adjustibe so you can change it to your preference. Just be careful you dont adjust it to short or it wont fire (it happened to me a few times). It has a built in guage on the internal regulator so you know what pressure your running at. With a new barrel it is very accurate. The desert fox runs at a lower pressure than the automag. It is a very simple gun. It takes one screw to take out the internals which is great when you chop a ball (which is rare if you get a revvy). Its very compact too. Very easy to maintain even for newbies.
Weaknesses: Well as I mentioned before the stock barrel is pretty much a 9 inch tube. Needs a new one badly. The gun itself is kinda heavy. Its smaller than my old spyder and weighs more. Drop forwards help center the weight. Most players at you field will ask to shoot it because they have never seen anything as cool in there lives. The gun is also kind of loud but that is change with a nice ported barrel.
Conclusion: In my opinion this gun rocks. I have never tried an automag but I bet this would stack up nicely. It has many features stock that the automag doesnt. I would reccomend this to a player moving up from his spyder or tippmann. Go check em out today!
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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