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Unregistered User Tuesday, November 14th, 2000
Strengths: I have had this gun for about a month now and no problems with it so far. With the right balls, it is dead accurate at 180 - 200 ft. The design is an eye catcher. I have put around 2500 shots through it on and off the paintball field and only had about 20 ball breaks. Its easy to clean and maintain. It has out performed shutters, sts and 98s in the field with accuracy and overall performance.
Weaknesses: Its one of the louder guns in the field, Be sure to use a bigger diameter of paintball, otherwise accuracy will be a problem. The designer case isnt that great.Also, there are hardly any after-market upgrades availible for this model. It is a little on the expensive side.
Conclusion: This is a very good gun, You wont see it in the top 10, but it is very competitive in the field. For long shots or pulling the trigger as fast as you can, this gun is a true performer. I would recommend this gun to anyone for all around sport. If you are on a budget, check into a tippman 98 or spyder shutter!
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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