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1stdeadeye Friday, March 14th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
E-Mag, Impulse, Automag R/T
Marker Setup: Black C&C X-Mag with Vericle and Warp Left feed. AA Freak Kit. 12V Warp Feed. Eggo II. Crossfire 88/4500 stubby. 32 degrees mid drop. SS fittings.
Warp Feed
Strengths: This marker rips. It is extremely light. It weighs much less then the non-electro R/T I was shhoting before.
The marker is very easy on Paint. The level 10 only kicks in when the marker outruns the hopper. I set it up at 20bps and didn't chop a ball(Not sure about actual rate of fire though).
The speed of it was incredible. No shoot down noticed!
Weaknesses: Trying to get one. My wife ordered me one in August. It arrived 12/18! This marker is very difficult to get. It is also pricy at over $1300 for my marker.
Conclusion: If you can afford the best, here it is. It is lighter, faster, and better looking then any other electro out there. In fact, the X-Mag has set a new standard for the next generation of paintball markers.
10 out of 10

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