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Unregistered User Thursday, March 29th, 2001
Strengths: The Nova 700 has a pneumatic trigger, which means you can get a good ROF and it is a very light pull. It is more accurate than a stock Cocker, and it looks pretty sweet too. It is very easy to clean and maintain.
Weaknesses: Sometimes you will get leaks all of a sudden, but that can usually be fixed by removing the sightrail before gassing it up. The company went out of business, so that can be a problem for getting parts. However, Section 8 paintball is opening up soon, and many of their parts on the new markers are compatible with the Nova line.
Conclusion: Out of the box, this gun kicks ass. I got a 16" brass barrel and a drop forward, and I wouldn't trade this thing for the world. You can even get an Electronic Trigger kit for it. It is fairly cheap, but you have to look around for them. It is accurate, cool looking, and has one of the lightest stock trigger pull around.

This gun is becoming a collector's item now, so I would reccommend getting one if the price is good, you'll be happy.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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