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mymarkerstinks Friday, February 20th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
this is the first and only marker i have
Marker Setup: Rebel 02 vert stock everything!
I would first recommend a new barrel, then a bottomline or expansion chamber maybe even remote coil would work, but remember new barrel,new barrel,new barrel......
Strengths: affordable,great for a first marker.easy to field strip and uses co2 fairly efficiently
Weaknesses: stock barrel LOUD, and not accurate. tilt paint feeder gets annoying (read below)
Review: This is a great start up marker especially if you on a budget. what the marker lacks you can purchase later, you'll eventually want a better barrel. stock barrel is LOUD and not very accurate, then you'll want either a bottomline or something to make the marker easier to carry, with co2 tank connected underneath the marker it makes it feel unbalanced. If you plan to tourney play you'll want to do something about the trigger pull, the stock trigger pull is very long, this can't be adjusted. only a new grip like an electronic grip can fix this. also you might want to change the cocking from up top to the back, this can be accomplished for around 30-40$. this will increase the efficiency of the blow back system. now, my read below comment , the marker has a tilted ball detent feed which can get in the Way. if you have a 200 rnd hopper it makes it difficult to view things to the right. a straight feed is way better, but this also cannot be adjusted. personally i wish i would have had the cash for a much better marker like a Tippmann or Spyder. I certainly don't play enough to make upgrades feasible.
Conclusion: if your strapped for Cash or just play around the house in the backyard I say -get it!-(it's definitely not the worst marker you can buy) but if your looking for a marker that will take you from the backyard to the paintball fields you may consider other options.
4 out of 10Last edited on Friday, February 20th, 2004 at 9:35 pm PST

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