i've never owned another electronic gun
accuracy compares to any cheap spyder
acrylic ball detent
new sear assembly
Revolution 12 volt
little trigger job
9 ounce c02
a better barrel, for more accuracy
Quiet stock barrel
Dirt cheap (40$)
Awkward to hold
This gun overall was a disappointment to me. I guess you get what you pay for. It was outstanding for 40$, it shot very fast, and it worked fine. The only problem stock was that the stock barrel didnt have great accuracy or range. It was quiet as heck though.
When i first got it, the trigger frame was cracked. Cheap Plastic trigger frame. I overlooked that. It shot fine, with my Razzor on there, more accuracy, and about average range. It shot like your average gun, only faster. The problem with the speed was the chopping. I bought a Revvy 12volt, and i know those arent the fastest, but i got one anyways. The gun chopped alot, and i was using fresh, good quality paint. I think it has a kind of crummy feed design, i wasnt even shooting that fast, i have slow trigger fingers.
Then after about 2 months, i decided to use the thing while i played. I usually use my modded, slow ray, but i decided to give it a try. it did ok, but it wasnt as accurate or powerful as my stingray. I used it off and on for about 4 more monthes, and then the thing died.
I am not retarted when it comes to wiring and stuff, i can wire a complete car stereo, but the gun's trigger frame was cheap, and the trigger spring messed up. It had a bad design, and i worked on it for a while, but once the little spring went out, the whole frame locked up, and even with a new cut spring the stupid gun still didnt work. Wow, the end, the little sliver magnet cylinder part in the frame was screwed up, and the whole gun kind of sucked anyways. It only liked scorch paint, and the velocity's varying had gotten on my nerves, so i just gave up. I could still probably fix it,but it would take some time and new parts. Its just a cheap gun with a simple designed body, but the tirgger frame is too cheap to work properly. You get what you pay for.
I dont like to bring guns down, obviously other people see this gun as great, but it was just an average gun with a cheap hunk of plastic trigger frame. the trigger frame( which was the reason i bought the gun) sucked, and the medioker quality of the gun overall just doesnt add up. I had a bad experience with this gun. I suggest if you want something electric, get a spyder or somethin. they know what they are doing.
Smart Parts All American 18 Inch
Seriously? The perfect starter gun.
If you got the Ebay special, a Cracked Trigger Frame
Okay. So you wanna know about this gun eh? Truthfully, My gun was not even the dragunfire LCD. It's the LED. I've got teh board right next to me and it makes me proud to say "Damn. 20 bucks was one of the best investments ever made." This gun's a great marker to start with. Good with gas, power, and everything else. Seems to be a little choppy and has some problems with Co2. Plastic's a little Eh, but the finish is nice and it's a good clean compact gun that was seriously worth the wait. I got mine on ebay for $35 bucks and as a gun to reintroduce me to the sport it was seriously F'ckin worth it. The cracked triggerframe gets worse over usage, but that's nothing either a New frame or some clear plastick epoxy can't fix.
This gun = Worth it. Trick it, Play with it. Hell, if your crazy enough you can even throw the Zip or the One kit on it. Great reliable little field whore that seems to take a bit of a beating, and then some. I'd buy another one. Infact... I'm looking for another one.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, October 19th, 2005 at 6:57 pm PST
Use nitro, much more consistant, and a Barrel. Mabe a bottomline or a remote.
Barrel and Trigger frame.
When I bought this gun I wasn't expecting greatness, but i was impressed at what it did have. Lets start with the good features, I got this one for 45 to my door so price is good, it uses alot of spyder componets so upgrading and repairs are simple so flexibility is good, it uses a electronic trigger so that is a deffinate plus, and it is light weight. Now for the bad, first thing that I noticed that I didn't like was the trigger frame being plastic and the other was the barrel isn't very good ( seems to have a large diamater ) .
I like this gun alot , with the upgrades it will be a great gun. Great starter gun.
P.S. I started using paintballs that were on the larger side and the stock barrel works O.K.
Not used any other electronics.
Used Tippman A5 and Brass Eagle Samurai
20 oz c02 tank
Extreme Rage Hopper
New Barrel,maybe a new bolt
None that I have found
This gun is very co2 conservative.It's standard barrel is accurate and this gun is not very loud. I am using Draxxus paint, and it is working well. The gun comes with o-rings and other accesories. Very nice design. Manual could be better. Allows regulators so you can use compressed air or co2. I have had no chops after about 500 balls.
If you already have a nice gun, get this for a backup, if not get this gun right now!
The gun is a good gun for beginners who want a fast gun for a small price it performs superbly under heavy fire and with a barrel oozing paint and it hardly ever chops a ball in heated combat. The dragun is the next best gun to a to a mongoose.
Black Dragun LCD Bottomline uprgraded with "TES" kit ($200), N2, boomstick barrel
N2, new barrel, i love my "TES" kit (consists of new trigger grip, new gauge/ drop forward system, and a steel braided bottomline) beautiful....
Accurate, Hits hard, Very strong all around
Barrel, barrel, and the trigger is wobbly (before upgrade, afterwards no problems)
I love this gun, even before i put my uprgrade on it, it performed like a $400 dollar gun, but i must say, since i put the uprgade kit on, it almost out performs any huge name gun, namely, WGP autocockers, Intimidators, Shocker. This marker is cheap and works miracles if need be. I Love my gun. Go buy one. you wont regret it.
I would say, if your ready for the next level in your game, buy this gun, and you will never have any complaints.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, January 17th, 2005 at 9:38 pm PST