01. Accuracy at its finest, the standard Ultralite™ 14" barrel.
02. The DM5's integrated on/off air supply allows you to de-gas your marker at any time.
03. Consistent air plow through the Hyper2 in-line air regulator.
04. Internal anti-chop eye sensing system, provides trouble free high rate of fire.
05. The low 170psi operating pressure provides smooth operating performance with less shot bounce
06. Continuous three dimensional contoured body design boasts the elegant look of the DM5.
07. Completely adjustable trigger design allows you to customize your trigger position and refraction point. Trigger rolling bearing inserts give trigger stability and smooth swing return.
08. Light weight compact body, length reduced by 1/2 inch
09. DM5 Sticky3 grip is standard and provides an anatomically correct fit for your hand.
10. High intensity LED provides identification to program functions.
11. Ergonomic 45 frame provides the correct fit angle for trigger pull ease. Additional integrated dovetail and rear hook allows for easy carrying on and off the field.
12. Removable one-piece Fuse™ bolt system provides easy internal access and maintenance.
13. The modular internal LPR provides shot consistency and quality.
14. Low profile feed port with adjustable clamp neck allows you to use your hopper of choice.
The Dye DM5 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
I personally like the DM5 alot better becuase the milling and Dye chopped off some of the weight.I kinda thought it was over rated becuase I was hoping Dye would raise the bar higher.The guns look is very sexy and addictive..The air efficiency isn;t great but thats what all-day air is for.
I would get it if you have the cash to burn but if not get the DM4.Both guns are basically the same.
Dm4, alias intimidator, osiris turtle-cocker, Dm5 rocks em all...
None really but if Orange bolt or the Evolve kit hits shelves, then you will want that.
IT IS smaller...And A bit Quicker.
Efficiency is still a problem
Well Unlike that other guy that said it was only a milling change...he is wrong....Yes many things are still the same. It is Smaller..unlike what he said...it is 1/2 inc shorter..and in order to make it shorter they had to shorten the bolt by a 1/2 inch. It has an all new chip. the grip feels a bit smaller...It comes stock with a Roller (bearing) trigger allowing for smoother pulls..The trigger isnt quite such a hassle to tighten. The basics of this gun are same..just a few improvements. But there wasnt much to improve on. It is Extremely fast...it has less kick (i think its due to the smaller bolt) Although it is still a gas hog but theres a company making a bolt for it called Orange...and Evolve is rumored to be making a kit.
It is A very great gun, but with the price tag at the cup was 1350-1400 so its pretty expensive but if u have the money its a good buy.
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More than 5 years
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nothing(just like Dm4)
same as Dm4
same as DM4
all this gun is different DM4, just different milling, its not lighter or smaller, the only thing different is the trigger, milling, feed neck, and the rail drop, it doesnt shoot faster(why would need to when you already cant outshoot the DM4?) it isnt anmy more air efficient, the bolt is the same, the grip is the same(fat, weirdness) and the internals are exactly the same. I will keep my DM4 because this gun is a complete disappointment and is just a DM4 in disguise.
Get a DM4 now while you still can and while they are cheaper before they end complete production and start the DM5 which = dm4 with stuff. Im giving it a seven because we have already seen these features in the DM4 and now it is nothing innovative, but it still has the dm4 reliability so you can count on it when it is the only one you can buy