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Number of Reviews: 6
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $290

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Introducing the most advanced and revolutionary 45 frame availible in the world of paintball. The Ultralight 45 Frame is a culmination of professional player's influence mixed with progressive technological engineering. The new hour-glass shape allows for maximum control and comfort. Integrated heads-up display LED light alerts you to the status of your marker without taking your eyes off of the game. Our roller bearing offers complete and total adjustmant, helping you find your triggers sweet spot. We've incorporated a bomb-proof button design. Our new rubber inset button tray houses two stainless steel buttons that allow the simplest of control, even with gloves on.
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The Dye Ultralight PM6 Frame is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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Himself68 Saturday, December 9th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock PM6 Frame
Marker Setup: pm6 w/ ul frame
Crossfire tank 64 3000
Stiffi
Redz 4.5 Pack
empire reloader b2
Strengths: Light
Sexy
Board
Installation
Weaknesses: Price
Review: Ok this frame is worth every cent you will pay for it. Trust you me, that this will make your pm6 so light you wont be able to believe it. When i first took it out of the box, I couldnt believe that this was it. It was like paper. SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
O LIGHT. Then was installation. so easy, I tech guns for a local shop but I think anyone could have done this. Take the eyes and power cable out of the old frame and plug them in. Features are good NPPL/PSP and MILLENIUM MODE are on there plus a few other modes. ITS super easy to grip but the trigger takes a little getting used to.
Conclusion: GET IT THIS WILL MAKE YOUR PM6 AS WELL OR BETTER THEN A DM6!! IT iS A MUST FOR TOURNAMENT PLAYERS WITH PM6
Rating:
10 out of 10
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WillyW0nka Monday, April 20th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock DM/PM frames (Dm4, Dm5, Pm6). They're fatter, and the triggers are not nearly as nice. UL Board is fantastic, comes with all the modes you need, very adjustable.
Marker Setup: G3
UL'd M6
Myth'd 68/45
VLO
Strengths: Light
Comfortable
Newer and Better board included
Weaknesses: Expensive
Cheap grips
Review: The frames are quite expensive, but if you can find one used or even just look for a gun with the UL frame already on it, it's definitely worth paying extra for. It's much more comfortable than the stock frame, and the trigger pull is much nicer. It comes with a new board that has all of the shooting modes you'll need as well as an adjustable rof that will be legal for any of the new league changes (so yes, this board DOES go down to 10 bps). Very simple to program, easy to understand.

One problem I noticed though is the quality of the grips. When you screw them in you notice just how thin the rubber is. The grips don't fit quite as cleanly as you would want, and paint can get inside the frame. My G3's grips are a thicker/harder rubber and the don't leave any room for paint/dirt to squeeze in there. I've yet to buy aftermarket grips, but I'm looking into maybe some hybrid UL grips.
Conclusion: Great frame, only problems are minor. Definitely in the top 3 nicest frames on the market for ANY paintball gun. I'd give it a 9.5 if I could, but since that isn't available I'll just round it.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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sonnemann Sunday, June 17th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock Matrix frames--have always hated them. Even with big hands it just doesn't feel comfortable to hold on to a bricky grip frame, even if it is covered in a nice set of grips.
Marker Setup: PM6
UL frame
DYE Blackout kit
CP roller trigger
14" .692 Ultralite
CP ASA
VLocity
MacDev 45/45 LegionAir
Strengths: Comfortable, especially for smaller hands
Light
Board is nice!
Good design
Weaknesses: Expensive if bought new
Bendable [under extreme circumstances][read review]
Review: I got my PM6 with a UL frame already installed, but I have owned many Matrices over the years and I have had experience with the stock frame that hasn;t changed very much since then...

The new UL frame is very thin and also cuts a lot of weight off of the marker setup. There's a reason it's so popular--it's got a very comfortable hourglass shape, and the board is very fast and very nice [same as in a DM6, obviously] which is a good upgrade especially if you need ramping.

The grips are very comfy, and there are a few aftermarket options now if you want a different look. I especially like the little touches here and there--external trigger adjustment via screws in the side, and external dovetail rail release via another hole in the side are very nice to have.

Aftermarket triggers negate the use of the adjustment screws, but that's no big deal. There are some very nice UL triggers available now, too--I have both style of CP roller trigger, and they are high-quality, as I expect from CP.

There is [as, I suppose, there is with any grip frame] a chance that you could bend the Ul frame when sliding or diving [incorrectly, I might add] because of the thinner part of the metal in the frame--to be fair, the same has happened to Shockers and SL66s in the past. It really is just user error, but I figure I'd mention it in case you feel like using your PM6 to polevault into the snake or something.
Conclusion: A very good and comfortable product. If you can get one already attached to a gun, even better [they are rather expensive when bought new.]
Rating:
10 out of 10
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paintbala5 Sunday, January 21st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
timmies dms ive used close every type of gun out there
Marker Setup: pm6
Ul frame
virtue board
hybrid bolt guide
hybrid feedneck
uni mount asa
prolite barrel (proto back ul tip)


05 empire timmy
ultralite barrel
cp reg
cp trigger
cp direct mount on/off
new lpr
twist lock feedneck
eigenram
Strengths: Feel
Board
Speed
Most of all weight
Trigger
Weaknesses: None
Review: So i have this for a couple days now now and i couldnt be happier. This is absolutley amazing. this is like paper compared to the stock frame although the price tag is hefty it is sooooo worth it. no regrets here. i cant wait to go out again. the battery life isnt that bad either. with this u will have one of the sexiest pm6s out there
Conclusion: Highly recommended althought not a neccesaty its deff worth it
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Tippmann Masta Saturday, October 21st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
DM6
Marker Setup: ~PM6~
UL Frame
Ultralite 14" tip
DM6 V!RTUE Board
CP on/off
CP ASA
Strengths: Fast
Light
Small
Good looking
Comfortable
Weaknesses: None at all!
Review: The Ultralight frame is amazing!! It is the only upgrade you need on the pm6.


I just shot it today when i went to Atlas paintball park. One player there happened to have the PM6 w/UL frame. I walk over to him and i ask him if i could dryfire his gun, and he said yeah...WOW!!! The thing is amazing. I start walking the trigger, and it was SUPER fast. With the UL frame, the pm6 is just as good as the dm6.
Conclusion: I highly recommend you get a UL frame for your PM6!
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, November 4th, 2006 at 3:19 pm PST
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angrygrub Thursday, October 5th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock Trigger Frame for proto matrix 06
Marker Setup: Proto Matrix 06, 68 45 pure energy tank, Halo B.
Strengths: Great hourglass design, Easy to adjust, New Circuit board
Weaknesses: Color selection
Review: The Ultralight frame is an amazing upgrade to your PM6. It gives you a much better board with all of the needed firing modes that didnt come with the stock board. The trigger is more easily adjusted using allen keys. The settings can be adjusted from the outside of the gun, which is a huge convience. Also the trigger can be set to hit the sweat spot that we have all had dreams about. The only disadvantage that I saw was that, the milling was extremly similiar to the stock proto matrix frame, the only difference was a few holes bored into it, as well as some some milling where your thumbs rested, giving it the hour glass design.
Conclusion: This product feels, and looks amazing. The trigger settings also give you much more control over your marker. The hour glass design, gives you a much tighter grip, as well as a more confortable feel to the marker. Yes i would recommend this frame to anyone who is willing to have the best that the industry can offer. The reason why I give it a perfect score is because it is the best that the market has to offer right now.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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