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Thumbtac Thursday, September 26th, 2002
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6 months
Marker Setup: Out of the box, rental stores stock
New gun
Strengths: Cheap, light, trigger has a sweet spot...but mostly cheap.
Weaknesses: It is a ball killer, for every 5 you shoot, you will most likely break 1. Trigger is way to sensitive, three of us tested it and it went off 2 times by accident. It has a "sweet spot" but all that means is you will fire 7 paint balls a second and 2 will break and the 5 others will fly in a random point blank this feature is good. Paint everywhere when the balls break, don't bother cleaning it cause you will just have to do it all over again in 5 to 10 shots. Not accurate at all, you may hit a person on the first shot but at least 1' for every 25' you are from the target will be the accuracy radius. C02 eater, O-ring breaker. I watched the guy screw on 3 tanks before he got a good seal.
Conclusion: In short you get what you pay for, but in the long run you will pay a lot more in paint and C02. This gun will be used in many "field paint only" fields due to these problems...cause you will spend a bunch on paint and C02.
4 out of 10

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