# Uses .68 caliber paintballs
# Powered by 12-gram Co2 cartridges (not included)
# Fast threading Co2 cap for quicker cartridge changing.
#Fixed 9 round spring loaded ammo tube.
#10 shot capacity - 9 in tube + 1 in chamber.
# Capable of shooting 8 balls per second.
# Fixed 5" barrel with threaded tip
# Vertical feed, closed receiver
# Durable space-age polymer grip frame with single trigger and guard
# 13" total length, 7" tall
# Rear velocity adapter.
# Made of corrosion-resistant, aerospace grade aluminum with wear resistant teflon finish on all internal parts
#Extra cupseal, main spring, o-rings and other small parts included.
# Weight without paint or air: 2 pounds
The PMI Piranha USP Pistol is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Dead On Paintball Pro Style Drop Forward
jcs double trigger
BSA Optics 30mm Red Dot Scope
dye sticky grip
nitro duck 68ci 4500psi
32 degree star fire bolt
ricochet R-5 sniper hopper
dead on lapco A-5 milsim fore grip
Durablility ,reloading, co2 cartridge loader, balanced, light, made from alminium, not long accurate
Nice not what expected from pmi nicely balanced and its not as long as your main gun loads really easy and its accurate made from alminum not like any other of co2 cartridge loaders its easy put in so no struggling to put in co2 yep its a nice gun so get it
Easy loading (paint /co2 ), accurate, durable aluminum body, easy upgrades from spyder as well.
Weakness i've found is when the seals are done... not able to find anymore :-(
this is my 3rd marker/1st pistol. i'm very impressed on the accuracy,and handling.
I'm a bush baller/limited ammo.so the reloading is awesome..more realistic.
All parts, except for the barrel, from my primary marker are interchangeable.
Out of the box it's an awesome performer.
There is no problem with this marker other than co2 seal replacements.
I can't seem to find them here in Canada.
When i got to the last one i turned it over and still using it. wish i knew that in the beginning!!
BT-16 Tatical w sling o yeah and a bipod
USp holstered back
Delta holstered left side
It looks like garbage
I purchased ths gun 4 weeks ago and it so far is performing much better than the 68. It may look terrible but I think its a better system. The way you put the tank into the air intake on the delta was to rough. You cant just shove it in you have to ease it in! (pun intend) This gun has some power but it doesnt make sense to me why they would extend the clip and make it like 14 shots. Idk whatever.
If you want a pistol that works get this one.
If you getting a new delta make sure you have a back up for your backup a USp
This is my 3rd pistol. I've tried the Sheridan PGP, owned both PT Enforcer and PT Extreme and the Piranha out performs all of them.
Primary: 98 Autococker with AGD Warpfeed, AKALMP Lightning Bolt, Pnematics and Back Block, Sidewinder Reg. Dye sliding trigger frame and Dye Ultralite barrel. PMI 3000psi 72cu with drop forward. VL 12V Revvie with JT Speedpod system. Smartparts wood grips.
Backup: Spyder Imagine with Smartparts feed neck with 14 Inch War Pig barrel (don't buy this barrel) and drop forward.
Backup: F4 Illustrator with 16 inch barrel
Secondary: Stock Piranha USP
maybe some softer grips, comes with hard plastic
Great design, included high velocity spring greatly improves FPS, nice gas efficiency
A bit big (about 13 inchs), included grips are very uncomfortable
Nicely built gun, very solid feel, from what I can see, the body is metal except ball detent, loading chamber cover and cocking slide, trigger frame is plastic. Shoots very smoothly, I epecially like the CO2 system, the small lever really helps saving CO2. This gun solves the problem the PTs and a lot of other pistols has, which is that the loading of the CO2 cartridges takes too long or is too strenuous on the hands therefore causing loss of gas but the lever system doesn't cause that. I think Piranha used full-sized internals, which solves the gas problem but at the same time makes the gun a bit big. The safety button is a bit small so its not that easy to switch with just the thumb. The included pouch has a few Allen wrenches, a couple of O-Rings, and High Velocity Spring and etc.
A great pistol for the price, I found mine brand new on Ebay for $65, tried it before you buy it
for the last few weeks, i have been looking for info on the new (well newer) USP. pbreview was a great help, and here is my opinion on the USP. I have recently been considering buying a USP as a secondary, and I'm glad i got to try one before i bought one of my own.
i have not really played with pistols much, so trying to aim with it was tricky. i found myself having trouble aiming it because it was so much different than my semi. the pistol shoots surprisingly straight however, with no curve in the shot for well over 100 ft. this pistol is also very sturdy. when you grab it, its not heavy, but you can definately feel that the gun is durable.
the lever on the co2 knob is handy, giving you lots of needed leverage so you dont lose much air from the 12 gram. i found that i could get a consistant 15-20 shots out of a 12 gram shooting at about 250 fps.
reloading the gun is interesting too. PMI has a good magazine design ( much better than that of the zues) with a sliding piece to cover where you load the balls. i found that if you put your finger in the groove when the gun is tipped back, the paint balls load much quicker and easier.
this gun also makes you much more aware of your game too. ie. you dont want to advance too far without being sure your magazine is full. i speak from experience, it really sucks when you go storming into a room with three opponants when you only have two shots left in the magazine :(
I would recommend this gun to any body that already ownes or has owned a pistol, and for all you semi owners, definately try this gun out before you buy it. i would say that this is the best pistol i have ever shot for its decent gas efficiency, amazing accuracy, and excellent design.
Maybe a pipe front, but accuracy is alrady great.
NO BOTTOMLINE ADAPTER OR HOPPER ADAPTER
Good CO2 Usage
Not very big clip (hey I needed a weakness i guess!) But most pistols have a small one.
A great pistol, i just got mine today and it works great. Very accurate, I can shoot through a 1.5'x1' shed window with no problem. Prety good co2 usage, about 35-40(sorry, i didnt count) shots per 12 gram. Easy to put in and no leakage.
Edit June 30, 2005:
I have had the pistol for 3 days now and have shot about 7 co2 cartridges through it, it works just as good as when i got it, 37 shots per 12 gram, and very accurate. Im looking for a pipe front and maybe a egrip to make it like an uzi.
Great as a backup or as a main weapon. Fires as fast as my Tippy and just as accurate. BUY IT. An easy 10
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, June 28th, 2005 at 5:08 pm PST
Might require some work out of the box, co2 piercing screw doesn't always work
I bought two of these bad boys for my scenario games. I pulled both of them out of the box, and had the same problem with each of them. The CO2 cartridge would pierce before the seal had completly formed, resulting in some lost air. It was worse when I had to work the clamping knob all the way around while air was hissing out.
On the plus side, once you get it charged up, this baby can put the ball anywhere an R6 can. I compared my shot distance to my R6, and only went maybe 5 feet further with the R6. The USP was putting 9 out of 10 shots consistantly on target. (For me, a target is a CD-ROM at 25 yards.) With the addition of a pipe front, that went up to about 19 out of 20 shots.
Oh yeah, also remember to cock it before you clamp down the co2 cartridge.
All in all, a very accurate, very light, pistol. Just make sure you get it checked out before you leave the store.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2005 at 8:33 pm PST
Spyder Xtra stock, 17 inch barrel (dunno the company)
9oz Co2, 45 round hopper (smaller target, fun to use), Draxxus paint
PMI USP stock with Rage holster
Nothing really. If you add a bottomline, then you've missed the point of having a pistol. If you add a E-force grip, then you have an automatic pistol with 10 rounds... why?
Lighter than other pistols
Magazine difficult to reload
Piercing screw didn't work at first
I bought my USP today, and I thought that it would work straight out of the box. I was wrong. The thing wasted two 12grams on me, since the piercing screw doesn't work. As much as I want to believe that this is a great product, at this point I can't reccomend it.
I'll take it back to the shop and see if they can fix it, otherwise it will be replaced. If the second one doesn't work, its getting a rating of 1... a product has to work to be ranked higher.
[edit April 27th]
I got it back from the shop after having it fixed, and it works beautifully! I'm getting much faster at relaoding the thing, and I suppose it isn't so much harder to reload than other pistols. It is VERY effecient. Tne 12gram is good for about 33 shots. It shoots fast enough for me, and it has a decent shot grouping for a pistol.
[edit Sept 4]
Finally got around to using it on the field. My Xtra kept breaking balls, so I had to use the USP often. It was very reliable, getting me two hits (considering its a pistol and there were two guys per team, this is good). Reloading was an issue. I think I might try the Overlord.
Because this is the best pistol I've used (but it reloads slowly), it gets a 9. You want a good cheap pistol that works well, this is the one.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, September 4th, 2005 at 1:25 pm PST
PMI Piranha Vert Feed
-DYE Ultralite Barrel
2 x Zeus G1's
Piranha USP w/e-forcegrip
Tigershark bolt, pipe front barrel extension if you want more accuracy(accuracy is already ok, pretty good for a pistol), E-Force grip to make it into a sort of mock uzi or a Glock 18
Simple design, easy reloading(co2 and paint), good accuracy, tough aerospace aluminium body, easy upgrades
Limited magazine capacity, co2 efficiency is ok
PMI USP Features:
-CO2 drop out w/pop out lever for easy spinning of the knob.
-Easy field stripping
-fully recessed bolt, no beavertail worries here
-threaded barrel tip takes pipe fronts
-easy paint reloading via a quick cap styled design
-almost all spyder and piranha upgrades will work with this pistol
All of these features add up to a nicely designed paintball marker. Its a great pistol that fits into the ronin gear holsters quite well. Im currently looking for another and I may sell my two zeus's.
Buy it, its nice, cheap and effective while still being durable
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, January 14th, 2005 at 5:19 pm PST