# Includes Evil Detonator Regulator! Handles 100 to 500 PSI outgoing pressure
# Tournament grade electronic with integrated anti-chop eye
# Powered by CO2 or N2
# Interchangeable threaded aluminum barrel with spiral porting
# Made of corrosion-resistant, aerospace grade aluminum with wear-resistant teflon finish on all internal parts
# Threaded removable vertical feed, closed receiver
# Electro-mechanical trigger frame with LCD display, countdown timer, odometer, and anti-chop eye
# Powered by one 9-volt rechargeable battery
# Custom vertical bottle adapter, micro gauge
# 17+ shots per second capability
# Manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty
The PMI EVO Special Edition with Detonator is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
2005 Piranha EVO Special Edition W/ Detonator Regulator
VL Revolution II
72 CU/3000 PSI Pure Energy tank
Extreme Rage Blade Trigger
Smart Parts Twister Feedneck
Anti Chop Eyes
Accurate stock barrel
Anti Chop Eyes
21 BPS (with upgraded trigger)
Ok, this gun is flat out awesome. The gun retails for $280 through PMI, but can be bought for as little as $125 online through discount retialers. The gun is extremely accurate, considering it has a stock 12" spiral ported barrel. The anti chop eyes and the regulator on this gun make it worth every penny. I have never once chopped a ball. Where I play there are angels, ions and many other high end guns. I routinely knock these guys out and am still standing at the end of the game. This gun is just as high end as an Ion, if not more so, just doesn't carry the same name. With no burst or full auto, your rate of fire really depends on yuor ability to walk the trigger. I upgrade my trigger and can get 17 BPS right now. The gun has the ability to get 21, if you're rreally good and have an ample hopper. Don't even bother with CO2, go ahead and get the Nitro tank. Your shots will not go astray. Hope this helps, and I promise, you will not be disappointed with this gun.
BUY THE GUN. It is cheaper than an Ion, and just as good, if not better. The only thing the Ion has that the EVO does not, is auto and ramping, but most fields won't allow that anyways.
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i dont know i only used this gun.
i have a halo hopper that doesnt fit the gun so its not fair
a new barrel, and the trigger is very sensitive
You can loosen up the hopper holder.
The trigger is very sensitive.
It is an ok gun for beginners but the trigger is so sensitive and i dont like it that much anymore. also when you have to turn it on its a paint in the batooty. because you have to hole the button for like 10 seconds then if you let go barely you have to start over again then turn the safety off. Also that you need certain paintballs because if you dont then the balls chop and pop in the hopper or barrel.
Overall i would give it a 5 or 6 because it takes a while to turn it on then u have to push the buttun to turn the safety off. If you like to play in the woods where you sit there or lay there to blend in dont get this gun because when you go to lay down you always press the trigger 9 out of 10 times.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, February 16th, 2007 at 12:03 pm PST