Promaster from Chris Lasoya- Fade Annodizing-New Milling-Quick Pull Bolt-Upgraded Regulater-Custom Trigger- ALL COLORS FADE TO BLACK
* Dual gauge block and micro gauges for LPR (Low Pressure Reg) and HPR (High Pressure Reg)
* Custom anodized Vigilante HPR (different design than the other ICD markers)
* Speed Ramp Teflon bolt with curved top to further reduce paint breakage. Bolt also has ball detent grooves and bolt can be removed without having to entirely pull out the bolt pin
* Smooth low profile lightweight body
* Dust finish fade anodizing
* New style LPR housing and Ram Cap have Quick Clean grooves. The grooves make it much easier to do disassembly by hand, but also wipe clean with a finger tip. When playing X-ball you don't want to spend hours getting paint out of every nook and cranny
* Low rise feed neck
* Runs on CO2
* New trigger
* New board functionality - far more adjustment possibilities including multiple firing modes and adjustable "debounce"
* Cut out in the grip frame to allow you to put the battery in without removing the frame side. (need to use metal sleeved brand name batteries like Duracell and Energizer, some rechargeable batteries have a thick plastic casing on the batteries that makes installation and removal tight)
**Accepts Autococker-threaded barrels
The Indian Creek Designs Lasoya ProMaster is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
-Kind of confusing at first for setting up.
-Over Rated Gun
I first got it I thought it was like a joke or something because it was so small and suprised of how fast the gun was and how accurate I didnt even have to try and Aim and it got pretty close every time. I would recommend this gun anyday.
I have to say I havent tried many guns yet but I hope in the future to try more ICD guns.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, February 24th, 2007 at 8:14 am PST
Lasoya Promaster, halo b with rip drive,xsv drop forward,hybrid on/off,68 4500 low pressure crossfire tank
Light,fast,accurate,easy to clean
Battery installation,no asa
The first time I shot it, it was fast and the accuracy was ok. The first time I used 6 month old paint and the gun didnt have any chops or any barrel breaks. It also had a little bit of a kick untill i got used to it. When I put new tournament paint in it it was very accurate at closer distances and it was pretty accurate at longer dstances. No problems so far.
This is an awesome gun for the price. if you are looking for a gun for under 500 dollars this is the gun to get. I would give the gun a 9.5 because it doesn't come with a asa but I'll round up
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Lasoya Promaster, CP on/off asa(just ordered the gun it will be here in two weeks
Asa, thats it.
Fast, sexy, fast, fast, light, did I mention fast?
Ummm....nothing worth telling about
Well my friend got his lasoya and I was extremely impressed. Before we shot it we had to get a asa and a drop foward for it and that was a minor setback. This gun is not idiot proof. My friend screwed the regulator screw on there snd stripped it, plus he did not put teflon tape on there before he did it. It has been leaking majorly out of the reg. but he called ICD and they sent him another one and its on its way, I will update after I play a game with it or Test it more properly.
IF you want a fast gun with no upgrades needed, then get this gun. I will give it a 9 bc it was leaking.
Lasoya Promaster blu-black
68/45 Pure Energy
Speed, and weight.
Feedneck *Trouble with Halo B.
When i first got this gun i was extremely shocked by the weight of it. The weight of this gun w/ reg and w/ out barrel sum up to 1.997 pounds. That is nearly nothing. The trigger at first looks "funky". It performed beyond my expectations. The Lasoya board has alot more options compared to the regular promaster.
The first time i played with it i was truly impressed by its performance. You can hit ball-on ball right after another.
Over the chrono i was clocking 278 277 279. Which is relatively good.
All in all, a phenomenal gun. Keeps up with the rest. Wont let you down.
I havent had to upgrade anything , if i was to change anything I'd maybe replace the feedneck.
Consistancy, easy basic maintenance,light weight, very fast & adjustable.
LPR gauge. Broke, See below.
For the key weakness issue. I belive that I may have had a pressure spike that went above the 150 psi cap on the actual lpr gauge , but I did also get hit right on or near the gauge from about 12 feet away. I believe swapping the original out for a 300 psi gauge is the fix.
Thus far I have really enjoyed this marker , no real issues & I can usually find something that I dont like with dang near every gun. I have used it four or five times shooting just about two cases. I somehow ended up playing front this year.
It has been extreemly consistant I have maintained an average +/- 5fps. The trigger looks a little funky to some people but it has been the best pull that I have ever had. I'm not very fast . My teammates tease me about finally being able to lay down paint.
Accuracy with all its variables has been very good, usually able to hit anything I'm shooting at one the first or second pop-out. I really like not having to pull the bolt pin all the way out like you have to on the bushies etc. I havent broke a ball yet. My team took first in a local intermediate level tourney the second time I played with it. It has peaked my interest in picking up another or maybe a base promaster.
(UPDATE) Used it for several tournys now & still no issues. Ths gauge breaking may have been me, I have broke all the gauges on that side of the marker at least twice now. Really love the LPM enough that I am getting my son a promaster for his birthday.
I would recommend this gun to anyone interested in a reasonably priced marker that doesnt appear to "need " any upgrades to compete at the highest level. ICD & national did a great job on this marker. I hope that ICD continues to sell them under a new name since Mr Lasoya has moved on.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, September 17th, 2006 at 5:57 pm PST
Black to Red Lasoya Promaster. Shocktech #5 drop. CP on/off. Redz locking feed neck. 68/3000 Air America tank. And Halo B ( soon to have a hot rod kit).
A fast hopper but that is a given. New feedneck, the stock wont hold a Halo. Barrel: stock is great but u can always go better. So form of ASA cus it doesnt come with it. Reg: but this is up to u it works pretty well for me.
The speed. The weight. Accurate: stock barrel is very nice. Trigger: depends on u.
Doesnt come with a asa.
Trigger: again it depends on what u like.
Well i was gonna get a promaster but i decided for just $100 more i could get something a little bit different and better. I just got the gun a week ago. The first day i got it i shot about 500 out of it i was very impressed. When i first saw the trigger i didnt think i would like it but it is realy nice. I got a good feel for the gun and i couldnt wait to play with it. Yesterday i finally got the chance. Again i was impressed. The gun was fast and accurate. So far it is very dependable, but i havent had it very long. I will update after i have it a longer and if there are any problems.
The biggest question is is it worth spending $100 more for this gun over a normal promaster. That is for u to deciced. For me the choice was easy if you have the money i say it is worth it.
I would give like a 9.5 cus nothing is perfect.
stock lasoya pro master with halo b 70ci 4500 psi crossfire tank and re balls
a clamping neck and maybe a barrel
The speed how light it is and the eyes
I didn't really run into any
Went to my local store and it was going to be the prize gun for on of are comps well the store owner and I are cool so we went and broke it in and then we messed with the trigger and it is really fast we shot about 4000 re balls eyes work really good to not one jam with re balls want to see with paintballs.
I really like this marker very light small and no kick I am going to buy one in the future