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kingonyx Wednesday, December 25th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stingray (pre BE) Automag 68 Classic, Tippman Pro-carbine, Spyder Compact, Automag RT, Shocker
Marker Setup: Shocker w/Delrin Bolt, vertical reg, Freak Kit, Nitroduck 91/4500 X-baord Revvy
Automag RT w/Foamie bolt, Freak, ACI 68/3000, X-board Revvy, Inteill grip
Black Knight (not any more) Biggest POS on the market
Recommended
Upgrades:
Throw it out and buy a spider, they are cheap Ill give them that but they are built that way as well. There were no upgrades
Strengths: Only 1 good thing to say about it, its cheap, that is it.
Weaknesses: I got mine played with it 3 times and cracked the frame, I sent it off to get fixed and about 2 month later got it back with a new housing. I played with it 1 more time and the cocking rod broke off. I took mine back to where I had bought it and the owner informed me that he had sold 5 and 3 had come back to him and the company wouldnt help him out, he lost money on the whole deal. He did however offer to take it back with a 50%% refund, and a sale price on a spyder compact(which by the way had just come on the market). That was a great gun at a great price.
Conclusion: Dont waste your time or money just spend an extra $20 and get a spyder or equivalent . Customer service sucked and they hardly spoke english, which made it harder. The bottomline is this is a toy company that tried there hand at paint markers and failed miserably.
Rating:
1 out of 10
 

Review Comments
TheGrtEqualizer Saturday, November 14th, 2009 | 12:15 am PST
I've never heard of a "(pre BE)" Stingray. As far as I know they were always made by Brass Eagle. Do you mean a Stingray I (long barrel wit plastic shroud) rather than the short barreled Stingray II?
   

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