Electronic LED switch
Semi / Ramping
N2 / Compressed air
250 pis low pressure air-ram
Autococker 14-inch two-piece barrel
Weight 2.5 pounds
Infrared rays sensor strike
ACE (anti-chop break beam eye)
Patented low rise clamp rapid feedneck
Large trigger guard
Magnetic lever ASA
Upgraded ball bearing detents
250 to 300 psi operating pressure
Uses N2 or compressed air for air source
Air-ram electronic design
Cocker compatible barrel thread
ACS (anti-chop system) Delrin self-lubricating field strip bolt
Quick-strip bolt / striker system
Sensor trigger with 2-step adjusting
LED user interface (semi / ramping)
BPS (cap at 25) sensor
Break-beam sensor system
Blade style trigger for lighter pull
3-D machined body milling
Dual regulator system
.690 barrel bore size
The Dangerous Power Limited Edition Fusion is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
DP Fusion LE
VLocity Jr w/Gangstar V2
Dye Ultralite Barrel
This is a great marker but it have a weakness on the board.... it has no debounce.... if you are paying a Semi tourney be sure to get another board (and they aren´t cheap)
everyting else its PERFECT its very Accurate (with a Ultralite it becomes perfect).. never chops (good eye logic) and very efficient (I have played with 1000 psi and shot like 600 paintballs)... its very consistent at crono too.
Okay i ordered my gun 2 times online but they had problems so i went to my local proshop and bought a LIMITED EDITION FUSION F7 FLOURESCENCE YELLOW!!!. This gun was sick.
Okay the box is nice, once u open the gun the gun is covered with 2 sets of foams. When i first looked at this gun i almost pissed my pants. hehe. Sickest gun. I read the manual and the got everything working.
The V2 board is a amazing board with 8 diff modes. It is soo easy to change the modes unlike other boards. The eyes are amazing and easy to dissemble and clean. The looks is one of the best things about this gun. People would not be able to tell from a 1600 doller gun with this gun. This gun also has alot of sick colour selection like the ocean blue.!!!! sick colour and the invisible screws!!!
I loaded up the gun and i love how you can control the air flow unlike other guns. The Blade trigger and the 14inch 2 piece barrel helped alot when i shot a full hopper. It shot like a BEAST!!!! The accuracy of this gun is at its finest!!! PEOPLE SAY OH MY GUN SHOOTS ROPES!!!! SHUT THE F UP THIS GUN SHOOTS LASER BEAMS. This gun is soo quiet!!! OMG IM SO HAPPY WITH THIS PURCHASE.
Okay this isnt really a weakness but the way the HPR and the LPR works is kinda confusing if its ur first time using this gun. I had to call the proshop like 3 times and they were getting really annoyed haha. But other than that this gun is a perfect gun for u.
This gun is soo good and i love everything about it. There are soo many postive things that this gun has. Like i said u prob wont need any upgrades but if u really wanna u can get a new barrel like a dye UL. This gun is an amazing gun for its price and this gun beats any other guns under 500-600. I would defintely recommend this gun. Like i said THIS GUN SHOOTS LASER BEAMS and eats noobs for breakfast.
IF YOU USE THIS GUN AND U LOSE A GAME, ITS NOT THE GUN, ITS UUUUUU
SERIOUSLY I LOVE DANGEROUS POWER FUSION. THEY GIVE U THE BEST GUN FOR THE CHEAPEST PRICE. how do u do it dangerous power
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, March 17th, 2008 at 8:11 pm PST
pure energy 3000 psi 48 cu
warrior clamp feed neck
sp 16 inch progressive
DP Fusion LE
48/3000 pure energy tank
none, its perfect stock but if you want buy a barrel i don't think its needed
I Bought this gun like a week ago took it out yesterday for a Paintballing Day and i loved it, It was Quiet, Fast, And accurate. Not only that but i got a lot of compliments on it and it turned some heads at the field because i got the Grass colored LE one. Basically this gun rips, I was used to Spyders before this but this obviously blows spyders out of the water, the main thing i loved was how quiet and accurate it was, i was rippin long streams of paint dead on target the entire day. I got to try out this guys etek ego and i let him try my gun out i have to say i felt no difference performance wise they were both quiet and full setups weighed the same, and of course they both ripped while i bought my gun for less than half of the price of the etek. Some more plus's were the HUGE trigger guard, air efficiency( 5 pods and a hopper per 3k psi fill), and maintenance was a breeze no screws to fiddle with while giving the gun a basic cleaning and lubing just twist the back cap and the Main internals just fall out just wipe the bolt and everything down with a towel and out em back in and your good to go. Also i love the RAPS ASA the lever is just so simple to gas and degass this gun is a breeze, and with every mode you could want(semi, millenium mode,psp ramping,full auto etc....) this gun is a steal . per formance of an ego at half the price what more could you want.
Great gun, Love it. If u want performance, looks, and simplicity at half the price of a shocker or ego then BUY THIS GUN, ACTUALLY BUY IT ANYWAYS ITS AN AWESOME GUN!
Maddd fast accurate efficient and amazing freakin sexy
This gun is very nice and is very well priced. I got the gun the other day and its sick has 25 bps ramping stock reg can keep up with the ramping and its really accurate to. efficiency is really good. out of the box its ready to rape noobs this gun is off the chain!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I got a Fusion LE from my friend for real cheap and it's great. It has a great look (I have a superman) and speed. Thre trigger is great and easily adjustable. I really love the RAP asa which is easy to turn on and off. When I brought it out to play at my local field it shot 301, 297, 303, 299 But with a little adjustment it's shoot about 295 -/+4, and teh best part, I got it for only $265, that's insane for the technology you get.
Get the gun, NOW!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, February 20th, 2008 at 4:11 pm PST
DP Brick Red Fusion 52/100
Matching CP rail and On/Off
Halo B with Speed Feed
PMI 68 4500 Tank
Personal Prefrence upgrades
nothing much out there besides
barrels, asas, and grips
A little bit of kick
Ok I sold my Lasoya Promaster for funding for this gun, I purchased this gun Brand New offline for $350 and I have to say I like this. From the start the box comes with a nice set of allen keys, and spare parts. I noticed the warrentys on the LEs are pretty good when it comes to paintball standards.
The first thing I did with this gun was mess with the board. This board is probably one of the most simplist and easy board out there. Comming from a promaster board, which is a pain in the @$$ to set, the DP board is a 3 second mode change. A person with no expeirence would be able to change modes.
I like the way the gun fits in your hands, it has a tight grip with a large trig frame making it easy to hold and move around with. The feedneck puts a strong hold on my Halo as well.
RAPS asa, The first thing I did with this gun is get rid of the RAPS. Some people would love this new technology but I personally dont. This is completly a personal prefrence with me, I never experienced any problems with the ASA I just prefer the CP better.
Out of the box the gun was chroning a little high, in like 290-305 range, so I lowerd it down to 275 and it stayed +/- 4 the whole day which is good for a brand new gun.
AS I said before this gun fits very well in my hand, and I am a lefty shooter so I liked this alot. I was noticing a little bit of kick when I would shoot, but Im used to this being a former A-5 owner. IT didnt bug me a whole lot, but it was deffinitly there. When I first was using this gun, I was using a steely so it was a little back heavy sense im used to my normal 68/4500 but it was still fine
Overall this gun owns faces, everyone wanted to try it out even a few refs. I am very pleased with this gun.
DPS slogans say it competes with Higher priced guns, well overal this deffinitly has any ion beat. and is prolly one of the best Fasors out there besides the Infiniti
Very nice gun great for the price
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, October 17th, 2007 at 6:08 pm PST
Spyder Mr2 - No ACE, the anti chop bolt is much less reliable
Dp Fusion LE Ocean Blue 41/100
Vlocity Jr. /w Gangstar
Weaknesses? It doesn't have the hype that PE Egos have.
Weight - Very lightweight. Egos can get a bit under 2lbs, but having a little weight is more comfortable in my opinion.
Accuracy - The field I play on is pretty small, but I can nail people that pop out with the first one or two balls. I was also able to pick off people from across the field in the snake with it as well.
Speed - This gun rips, it shoots pretty close to ball on ball and I only get around +- 4 Fps. It can do 25 ball full auto and ramping if your hopper is fast enough.
Stock barrel - 14 inch cocker threaded barrel.
Stock board - Ridiculous amount of modes for a stock board, and also has a standby feature built in to save battery life. Could use some more debouncing modes from what I've read but a virtue board is coming out for it(I haven't noticed my fusion bouncing).
Feedneck - Clamping feedneck, doesn't get much better.
Looks & Feels - Looks amazing, can't walk around without everyone asking what kind of gun it is. Looks sort of like a revised ego. It's a durable marker with all aluminum anodized parts.
For 450, you're getting a product that can compete with other high end guns that cost much more. If you get this and have more skill than the opponent, them having a SL74 isn't going to significantly help him enough to beat you. When it comes down to it, skills mean more than clever marketing and that's what alot of paintball players don't realize.
Spyder E-99, T-clamp, Empire reloader 2, 20 oz. CO2 tank (old gun)
Red/blue "superman" Fusion LE 60/100, Torque, 48/4500 DXS tank
Fast, accurate, easy to clean, light
None so far
I got to play with this for the first time last Saturday (and will use it again this coming Saturday, so I will update if necessary). I was expecting the marker to work well, but wasn't sure how it was going to handle the paint i got (JT freedom balls). They were fresh balls tho and shot great. The velocity bounced a littleat first, but thats just because it was a new reg. After a little break in, everything was great. The gun was accurate and fast, and never chopped a single ball. It was light and tight, and i played the snake better than I ever have before. I haven't lubed it yet since playing, but only because I lost my lube (buying some tomorrow after school), but its easy to take the bolt and ram out, and since the bolt is delrin, no need to lube it, and the orings are still pretty slick anyway. The RAPS asa is nice too, easier than turning a knob and you KNOW when it is on or off. The only problem i had all day was that sometimes I'd pull the trigger accidentally because I'm not used to such a smooth trigger.
Great gun, shoots fast and accurate. Worth the money.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, March 28th, 2008 at 2:25 pm PST
The RAPS (Rapid Air Rapid Air Pressurizing System) may look like your ordinary on/off ASA, but there are a 2 differences.
Instead of an on/off knob, the RAPS ASA uses a lever, which you flip to pressurize/depressurize your tank.
Once you flip the lever to off, your tank is completely degassed, as opposed to a regular on/off, your tank is not degassed until you unscrew it from the ASA.
Trigger & Trigger Frame
The trigger frame on the fusion consists of a large trigger guard and a blade style trigger.
The width of the trigger is wide enough to the point where you can fit two fingers in and "walk" the trigger and still have room left over in the trigger guard.
Adjusting the trigger is accomplished by two screws located on the left side of the grip frame.
The first screw controls the over-travel (How far the trigger will travel after it reaches the firing point) and the second screw controls forward travel (Short/Long trigger pull).
As you can see from the above, the Fusion trigger has the ability to be setup to the way you want it to.
Took the Fusion out to the field and loaded it up with air and paint.
Took it out to the chrono range and chronoed it. Had a minor problem with the input pressure into the High Pressure Regulator (HPR) to where the pressure would not stay at 250 PSI (Recommended input pressure), it was spiking to just over 300 PSI. This was due to a brand new regulator that had not been broken in. The pressure in the HPR eventually settled to 250 PSI.
I then had to use the Low Pressure Regulator to set the speed. It took a little while, but found the setting to have it set to 280-285 FPS.
Went out and played a couple of games. The Fusion was amazingly consistent out on the field and performed without any major problems.
The Fusion is quite an easy marker to maintain. The bolt and ram assembly are easily accessible.
Basic maintenance involves making sure both regulators (the HPR and LPR) are clean and lubed and making sure the bolt and breech are clean of paint and debris.
Trigger frame disassembly to gain access the solenoid and valve is a bit more involved, but its nothing that will take a long time to do, once you get the hang of it.
The one minor nitpick I have about the Fusion is the positioning of the HPR. It is positioned too close to the front of the trigger guard.
I am used to wrapping my entire hand around the regulator, but not being able to wrap my hands around the regulator is something I will have to get used to.
The Fusion is a great marker for what you pay for. Looks and performance are that of a high end marker at a mid-range price.
DP Customer Service after the sale is top notch, if you have a problem with your Fusion, they will take the time to help you solve it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, October 26th, 2007 at 4:52 am PST