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Rowol Tuesday, February 18th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Tippman 98 custom, not nearly as good.
Any Brass eagle semi, not nearly as good as well.
Spyder E-99, good gun but my enigma can easily stand up to them.
WGP Autococker, yeah it's a cocker but it is a fairly cheap one and the enigma can stand up to it as it doesn't break as much paint.
Marker Setup: -Enigma EXR
-20oz, 12oz, 12oz, tanks (C02)
-14" Dye Boomstick barrel
-Evil Paintballs
-12v Viewloader hopper
-Drop Forward
Well it can't take many more upgrades, about the only thing I suggest is a 14" barrel anything longer wont help any marker any.
Strengths: The good! There are many good things, about this marker.
-It comes with so many upgrades!
-A GIANT low pressure chamber
-A 4-stage expansion chamber. (It might be 6 I'm not sure.)
-A gauge.
-The marker is real quiet, it's not sniper classed but you can get off at least ten shots before your opponet knows your there and if your good that's all you need.... need I say more?
-It hardly chops. Just yesterday I was using Diablo Dusks and Afterburners because I had nothing else and it hardly broke a ball! Sure it curved but isn't that what Wal-Mart paint is expected to do?
-It's trigger pull is so small, sure it's more than a electronic trigger or a Tippman 98 custom but compared to Spyder semi's it is SHORT.
-It's VERY cheap I got mine for $150
-Almost nobody has it! almost nobody has heard of it!
-It WILL NOT freeze up in the winter with all of the upgrades.
-Easy to field strip.
-Easy to clean and oil.
Weaknesses: Not many of these, but here we go,
-Well the drop back is not a great idea but hey who cares? It doesn't get in the way too bad.
-I got hit in the mask with the bolt once but the marker comes with a beaver tail so that doesnt matter.
-when you get it put on more teflon tape on the gauge or it might leak. A minor flaw in prduction.
Conclusion: This is a great marker. I'm sick of people with 'cockers coming and saying, "oh it's so crappy because it's a semi! Oh look at me mister rich boy who can't play paint at all but I must be good because I have an angel!"

Truth of the matter is it is very nice and really can't get much better. I was actually going to wait for a while before posting this review but the last review torqued me off so I put it on early.

I firmly believe this is a "10" product.
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, January 28th, 2005 at 4:42 am PST

Review Comments
tryagainnumbnut Monday, December 22nd, 2003 | 8:19 pm PST
you r lying. there is no way u have success with this because this product is only sold at and i know dave is trying to rip everyone off. all the fake reviews from people, and the fake information.

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