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coldchill Tuesday, July 22nd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months12 of 14 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
32* Icon-e, and many many other markers
Marker Setup: 14" Teardrop, ANS Gen X2 Reg, Evolution II, Shocktech Bolt, 68 3000 N2, Remote line with slide
Recommended
Upgrades:
honeslty, this is a great marker out of the box, just throw a barrel and HPA and youre good. Something else is that you want to work on the gel grip to let the silynoid operate correctly.
Strengths: Readyness
Price
Sexy

Weaknesses: just easy to scratch chrome
gel grip
Review: 1.So the marker comes with a pretty good regulator on there. I wouldnt suggest using CO2 with it though. This marker was designed for a Low Pressure application. If you dont have a Nitrogen tank to begin with, DO NOT GET THIS MARKER, you will damage it.

2. The stock bolt is the best bolt you can get for this marker. It is made out of a high quality delron whcich will not expand if it is exposed to water or oil. The stock bolt is also very high flowing and a perfect fit for the marker so you wont waste any gas on having it not fit right.

3. The gel grip is actually poorly designed. You will need to take the grip off, get a dremmel tool, and cut out some space where the back part of the silynoid is. Stock, the gel grip caves in with pressure and prevents the sear from tripping the striker. Just play with it until you dont feel the clicking in the grip when its on the marker and you pull the trigger.

With these three things taken care of, the marker is complete. Just get a hopper that can feed more than 14 bps and youve got a marker that will make anyone cream their pants, and you spent less money. And one last thing, YOU NEED TO GET RID OF THE STOCK BARREL, IT IS CRAP. Every marker is like this though. I think the best barrel for this marker, is going to be, the boom stick. if you can afford thaqt, then the teardrop, preferably a 14 inch. reason being htat the porting on the tear drop is far enough back so that you can get a good push on the ball while using Low Pressure(LP). with LP the marker will be quieter. the tear drop is alos a pretty quiet barrel too so youll be good to go.

I traded an used Icon and 30 bucks for this marker new. I am impressed. I had put about 400 into my icon and still couldnt get the level of performance i got out of this marker with everything stock except for the barrel. This marker performs just as well as a high end marker like a matrix, angel, cocker, or what ever. alot of the guys at the shop were surprised too. No one thought you could do this with a cheap stock blow back. The way i see it, 32 degrees just went ahead and saved everyone the time and money of upgrading a marker by putting the popular upgrades on it and saving you the money of having to throw away useless stock parts.
Conclusion: This marker rocks. I said alot so the conclusion is to make sure you follow the three guidelines for this marker and life will be great.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Allen faifer Friday, October 17th, 2003 | 3:25 pm PST
i hear psyco balistics makes the silver bullet but im not realy sure ive hear the at 32 deg makes them so i dont realy know.
   

in_comming911 Monday, January 19th, 2004 | 7:07 pm PST
what can i put on it to make the velocity farther. i don't know if you have this problem but i cant hit others that can hit me with no problem
   

brasseaglerox Friday, February 6th, 2004 | 5:35 pm PST
ur retarded!!!
   

muzzmastah Friday, March 5th, 2004 | 2:41 pm PST
wow... i dont think that somone who doesnt know how to change the velocity on the gun should be allowed to buy the gun in the first place. Anyway you have to take the gun apart (gasp!) and change the main spring to whatever strength you need. this should help you make your velocity what it should be.
   

PsychoSilver68 Tuesday, April 13th, 2004 | 7:42 pm PST
you're a friggin retard if you actually had this gun its not like you describe it, and also stupid 32 degrees doesnt make i. oh and other kid youre velocity doesnt go farther it goes faster DUMBA$$
   

in_comming911 Friday, April 23rd, 2004 | 6:51 pm PST
Dude I know how to do the velocity and all that i changed the springs but once i turn the velocity up to high or make the springs to strong the gun clicks when it should be shooting kind of like...

Bang...Click...Click...Click...Click...Bang... and so on

Can you help me with that?
   

jivens Saturday, May 1st, 2004 | 1:24 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by in_comming911
what can i put on it to make the velocity farther. i don't know if you have this problem but i cant hit others that can hit me with no problem

you can put in a new spring kit, or just upgrade to a longer barrel. as in the review said, if you don't have nitro for this gun, you will want to get that. the cheapest one i've seen was around 80 bucks.
   

in_comming911 Monday, May 3rd, 2004 | 2:30 pm PST
i have nitro and i got a spring kit.... read above for rest ^^^^^^^
Last edited on Monday, May 3rd, 2004 at 2:31 pm PST
   

bbl337 Monday, August 9th, 2004 | 4:30 pm PST
32 degrees does make it, it's owned by a larger company which owns 32 degrees, psycho ballistics, and other companies
   

prospeedballer Saturday, January 8th, 2005 | 10:39 pm PST
actuly national paintball supply ownes it all and it click click bang click clikck bang you need a new batterie
   

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