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shrunkenhero Monday, March 1st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
matrix's and impulses are what ive used before.
Marker Setup: red texas storm timmy, cp rail mount, 68 45 crossfire, matte black dye ultralight, shocktech bolt, kapp ram, cp ram cap. vl revy with reloader kit.
Recommended
Upgrades:
your gonna want a better barrel, and a better bolt and ram that distribute the air better. and also a ajustable ram cap. the stock one gets loose and makes your eye not work right.
Strengths: speed, ok acuracy.
Weaknesses: kinda long.
Review: The gun is awesome, with my revy i can get like 9 bps, but when i used a ev 2 i got 20 so its very fast. its also acurate it doesnt have a straight shot but once u get used to it you will know where the balls gonna go. its air consistent i can get 3 pods out and it will still have more than half a tank. even if the paint is bad you can put it at a low pressure and it wont chop but you will probly get alot of bounces off people.
Conclusion: the gun is awesome its not perfect but that is.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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