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Number of Reviews: 11
Average Rating: 9.7 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $140

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This is the regulator that is destined to take its’ place in the annals of Paintball, as the one that rendered all other screw-ins obsolete.

Myth's Unique features:

* An astounding less than ¾” in length from ASA to bottle.
* An unimaginable “Air-lite™” weight.
* Virtually instantaneous recharge.
* Rebuildable.
* Replaceable head tip (for those accidental dings to the o-ring gland).
* User Friendly.
* All the same incomparable quality, safety, performance and support you have come to expect from Guerrilla Air™.
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The Guerrilla Air Myth is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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zombie413 Saturday, April 14th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested5 of 10 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Crossfire LP regulator, Worr HP regulator, Max-flo, Micro-Max-flo, Guerrilla Air Ambush LP regulator, Pure Energy regulator
Marker Setup: 2k4 Lasoya Intimidator w/ Warped Sportz Lucky 15, AKA 2-liter, AKA SCM lpr/volumizer, Kila detents, BL frame, Virtue... VLocity, 70/4500 Guerrilla Air Ambush
Strengths: Size, Flow rate, Reliability/Durability
Weaknesses: Some may say price, but you get what you pay for.
Review: The team (Ignite) at my local field, S&S Paintball, is sponsored by Guerrilla Air and they recently lent me the Myth to try out. The first impression that I got from the Myth was WOW! That thing is small! The Ambush regulator that I was using was already much lighter that the Crossfire Reg, but the Myth blows both of them out of the water. The regulator is about half the length of the Ambush or most other regs.

The Test: The first big test of the Myth came at Conder's Paintball in Kentucky. Conder's was hosting a "big" game on March 3rd and the weather was less than perfect. The high temperature was about 35 degrees and it was snowing on and off all day. Over the course of about five hours of play, the Myth performed flawlessly. On my Timmy, the Myth never failed to keep up with any mode that I put the gun into. Even when the cold caused ice to form on the outside of the reg, it never failed to perform to the highest capacity. At the end of the day four cases had been put through the Timmy and the Myth proved that it functions as good as it looks.

*NOTE: The players at S&S Paintball shoot a variety of markers (NXT Shockers, Timmies, Etek Egos, Various DMs and Ions) and the Myth performed flawlessly on every marker that it has been used on.

Conclusion: Guerrilla Air has outdone themselves. They have created a very high quality product that is not only smaller than every other reg out there, but out performs them in durability, reliability, and flow. If you are looking to improve the length, weight, and functionality of your current air system, the Guerrilla Air Myth is a no-brainer.
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, April 14th, 2007 at 12:12 pm PST
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