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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 9.5 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $1000

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This is a private lable Nerve made by nasty just like the nasty shocker.
-Nasty X Custom Milling
-Custom Annodizing
-New Low Pressure LPR - allowing running pressure to be 180
-Nasty X Trigger
-Nasty X Verticle Max-Flo
-Matching Freak with Stainless Steel Freak Insert

Product Availability 
The Paintball Wholesalers Nasty Nerve is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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Elfhelm Wednesday, July 26th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Spyder Shutter Java w/ e-trigger
Trilogy Autococker
2k2 Autococker
2k3 Shocker - only tested
Marker Setup: 2006 Blue Nasty Nerve, Black VLocity, PMI Remote Coil, 88ci/4500psi PMI Pure Energy Bottle
Fast hopper
A few inserts on either side of the included .689 insert
A stack of apology cards to hand out after you own everyone
Strengths: Accuracy
Rate of Fire Adjustability
Nasty Customization
Weaknesses: Gas Hog
Board Interface
Review: I picked up my Nasty Nerve new off of ebay for $475 after reading some reviews regarding it's discontinuation and price drop. I fell in love with the gun the moment I opened the box and after playing with it several times my appreciation for the gun has only been enhanced.

The gun comes with a Freak System back, front, and 0.689 insert. So far I haven't had any problems with paint breaking in the barrel due to size mismatch, but I recommend and plan on getting a few inserts on either side of the 0.689 size. I previously owned a spyder and had contemplated getting a freak system for it along with other upgrades, but I just bit the bullet and upgraded to the Nasty Nerve...excellent decision. The Freak System combined with the low pressure setup of the gun means that your shots will be more precise, thus enabling you to get people out quicker and more frequently than without it. Granted, a gun is only as accurate as the person firing it, but a good barrel system greatly helps. Plus, you don't have to go out and buy an aftermarket barrel because the stock one on your new gun sucks. Bonus!

Vision and double detents. No more chopped paint, unless you turn the vision off and use a slow/gravity fed hopper. Nice!! Even if you do turn vision off and you use a fast hopper (VLocity), you won't chop. (At least, I haven't yet)

The 0.25 Bolt is utilized in the Nasty Nerve, ensuring that no paint, grit, or debris gets into the marker and fouls it up. Plus it's derlin so it's super light, eliminated some recoil.

To say that this gun is fast is an understatement. When the time is taken to get the trigger, pressure, dwell, and recharge rates set, this gun is a really quick. Add to that the ramping capabilities of the board and you've got a gat in your hands. The downside to all of that speed is that you can go through a lot of paint really quickly, but hey, it's just paint. Looking at all of the area's that you can tweak on this gun, you might be tempted to think that it's really complicated to get it set the way you want it, but it's not. Gas it up and load it, fire a rope, make an adjustment, fire a rope, make an adjustment, and so on. It just takes time, not brain surgery knowledge. The manual is also very helpful in setting the gun up.

The customization by Nasty also adds to the gun in both form and function. The milling on the body is impressive looking and deffinitely draws stares from the people you are playing with/against. The Nasty trigger addresses the slop that was found in the stock Nerve trigger, though having never used a stock Nerve I am basing this on reviews by stock Nerve users. There is NO slop with the Nasty trigger. Add the q-lock feedneck to this setup and you've got a very functional gun.

One of the problems I have with this gun is it's gas consumption. It is a true gas-hog, even when the dwell and recharge rates have been adjusted. But if you pay for all-day air where you play then the gas eating problem diminishes somewhat. And to be honest, it's not enough of a weakness to truly take away from the gun's strengths

Another problem that I have is the accessibility of the board controls. To prevent the switches from getting goo on them and to keep from machining any more from the trigger frame, Smart Parts placed the board controls directly on the board beneath the grip. It's kind of a hassle to have to remember what value your dwell, recharge rate, and ramp are set at, not to mention the buttons are really tiny, and I even have skinny fingers. It would have been nice if smart parts had included some controls on the back of the frame and a screen or something to indicate the current settings. Again, it's not so big of a deal that it takes away from the gun. Plus, once you do get your settings right, you can set it and forget it.
Conclusion: Excellent Excellent Gun. You will deffinitely draw stares from the people you play with, and you will get alot of shouts and yells from people when you get the gun to ramp on on them. The price is very reasonable and not alot of people will have this gun. Deadly accurate and relatively quiet. If you are looking to upgrade your gun or are getting into the sport and want to start out with a great gun, look no further than the Nasty Nerve. But you better look quick because with their discontinuation, they might just get gone real quick!
9 out of 10
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nasty x nerve Wednesday, May 30th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
angel 05 speed,angel (the gat),angel one,07 ego,dm7,dm6,dm5,dm4,angel a4,angel ir3,strange shocker
Marker Setup: nasty x nerve blasck n blue
ndz trigger
freak barrel kit
dxs pulse(rf chip)
virtue board
4500/68cu carbon fiber
ummm rly if anything just a virtue board cuz they rock,a fast hopper

Strengths: Speed.
Weaknesses: None.
Review: Well the story is that i was over my friends house and he bought a spider electra and i had an old ion but it was upd and i was happy,well since the electra sucks and broke my friend got a full refund,well i went online and saw that paintball eholesalers had the new nerve for 475 so i told him if he bought it i would trade him my ion so we went to buy it and they accidentaly gave me the nasty x nerve(which is way better and worth more and already has a bunch of cool stuff on it) but so we went from there to the field and i aired it up loaded my hopper and started playn.well wafter isaw how fast and accurate it was i dared to open it up and mess around,well i found out how to turn ramping all the way up and it is rly fast i mean i have owned still do and used angels and matrixs and egos and this gun can rly keep up wit them so i recomend this gun highly if u cant buy an angel cuz on the field u get alot of compliments and once u own a couple of people u get some respect but its good when u dont have respect cuz ull own ppl who think thell destroy u and ull end up to victorious 1
Conclusion: definatly an amazing but they dont make them any more so if u can find one PICK IT UP its fast accurate and rare. AMAZING GUN,even compared to angels and egos
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, June 4th, 2007 at 4:23 pm PST
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