Piranha Pro Ts G3 with Mako storm grip, 20oz c02, and 9 volt revolution electronic hopper
First of all, I have shot many guns in my 1 year of playing. I would like to say this is the BEST gun I have ever used. I actually own this gun and haven't had a problem yet! I upgraded it from the spyder sonix and im SO glad I did! It shoots great, the easiest to clean out of all of them, and never chops balls. The Mako storm grip is fantastic, it can shoot 5-15 balls a second, 2-12 round bursts, full auto,turbo fire,and semi auto. The trigger is only 2mm away from the handle, and has a solenoid to make the trigger very reactive. And if you are looking for a tournament ready gun and don't want to spend big bucks, this is the gun for you. It even has a tournament button inside the handle that locks all modes of fire except semi auto (this makes it tournament regulation). Also the mako storm grip has a beautiful LCD display with a black light, it's very easy to toggle through the modes of fire with little buttons on the back of the handle.(by the way, the buttons are inset into the handle so the never get in your way) I put an optional 9 volt revolution hopper on it to ensure that no balls break. Although so far I haven't had one break.
¨ˆ you cant really put the gun on anything above 9 rps (rounds per second)
¨ˆ the directions really suck!
¨ˆ The grip frame (with all the electronics inside) is not water proof, so just don't play in the rain!
In conclusion, this is a great gun for any one from beginner, to ammature, or even a pro paint baller. And with a $350 price tag it's worth every penny! So I'm going to give this gun a 9 out of 10, and that's ONLY because the directions are terrible if you don't know what your doing (the directions don't go into detail about the pro ts with mako storm grip specifically). And you can really only go 12 rounds per second safely even though it says you can go 15 rps! Other than that this is the best gun ever and i wouldn't trade it for anything.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, January 28th, 2005 at 5:00 am PST