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Inspire Paintball Inspire Nano
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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 8.7 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $590

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Inspire Nano

- Low operating pressure (180 PSI) (HP or LP compatible)
- Lightweight 3D milled body (entire Marker weight with 14" barrel is less than 800 gram)
- Magnetic on/off and clamping feed
- first ever Marker with stock Carbon Fiber barrel
- CF Barrel in 12" , 14" or 16" configuration
- Standard 45 grip frame
- Millenium, PSP, NXL and NPPL fire modes
- Entire operating system utilizes only two (2) moving parts and six o-rings to give maximum dependability and ease of maintenance
- Easy access to bolt and assembly, only one (1) screw to remove
- Sleek Small Design

more details on www.inspirepaintball.com
Product Availability 
The Inspire Paintball Inspire Nano is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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gut Wednesday, June 17th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
None of this class
Marker Setup: Standard with 14 and 16" carbon barrel
Strengths: Fast
Quiet
Simplicity of use and maintenance
Light frame
Carbon barrel
Weaknesses: Regulator in V1
Sometimes leakage on ASA
Review: I bought this marker after shooting with Tippmann markers, so it was a big change. This marker shock with his weight and reliability. In stock it comes with carbon barrel which is very light and quite accurate with good paintballs.

I've shoot about 6000 paintballs with no problem. For some game I had to decrease fps and I did it a little too strong. I thought I can turn the screw a little bit more, but it was the end of the road. After that marker started to do strange stuff when shoot in burst. First shot was good and all after was weak.
I dismounted regulator and noticed that gasket closing air flow is broken. After replace everything was fine. I've heard that in version 2 that issue has been corrected.
No further problems noticed.

My friend meet with situation after taking it from box when trigger position wasn't good to take a shot. Needed to bend it to work fine.
Conclusion: If somebody needs small, light frame, fast, accurate shooting and easy maintenance it's good choice. I hope issues I've meet are corrected in V2.
If no problems it would be 10, but sorry :]
Rating:
9 out of 10
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iNfixc Wednesday, September 17th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested9 of 11 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Mini, PMR, DM4...
Marker Setup: Inspire Nano
WGP Tactical Trilogy

Stuff mixed:
Deathstix 14"
Evo3
Strengths: R.A.P.S
Weight
CF barrel
Simplicity
Weaknesses: Board?
Review: OK, took it out of the box and after some serius drooling, i found an scratch in anno, really small. Took this apart from scratch and there was so small amount lube in every o ring that i highly advice to lube after getting it. Lubed, turned on, aired (no hiss) couple of dry shots. Wonderful... Weekend is the play day so we see what happens. Serious editing on the way.

Edit #1 about 1500 balls thrue this thing, no chops ... I say, nice. Had shootdown when shooting rapid fire after about 1200 balls and found that it was noid (didnt lube when i unboxed this) the reason for it. Lubed it back at home and now it works again like a charm. For the board, cant say it sucks totally, it has enough for regular player but needs another board to go competitive. Optical trigger gave no problems so if you adjust it right, it wont fail.

Playing with this, easier to handle than PMR, felt better and had lower kick (compare to PMR cos ran about 12 cases thrue it). Air consumption is about the same.

Edit #2 Few games later... Still love this, still no chops, one brake cos it was quite rainy day once and didnt tape barrel.
Conclusion: Just out of the box and lubing and lookin everything up, and the tools etc. 6 for factory lube, 9 from anno and body, 9 CF barrel (12" btw), Board 7 So i think it makes roughly 8. Updates coming after the field day. Edit #1, for the performance i have to say this thing deserves better than 8 so 9 it is.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, October 12th, 2008 at 11:43 am PST
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mars69 Saturday, August 23rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month12 of 14 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Proto Matrix Rail
Invert Mini
Marker Setup: Proto Matrix Rail Special Eddition - Virtue board & eyes
Invert Mini - Stock
Strengths: - Carbon Fiber Barrel
- Trigger Bounce
- Light and thin
- Shoots like an Etek2
Weaknesses: - Regulator (maybe factory fault)
- Modes are to get used to
- Trigger needs some work
Review: -------- Description --------
The Inspire Nano is an unheard of marker on the market. Most players don't know it yet resemble it to a Dangerous Power G3.

The Nano with its sleek looks and ultralight body makes this marker a must for all front players. Actually a marker for every position.

The Nano comes stock with Carbon Fiber Barrel, this I think is the best thing this marker came with, apart from the cool tools, and extra barrel condom that is given to you, its by far the best upgrade (stock) that can be added.

-------- Hidden Modes --------
*ONLY change first 4 dip switches, the last 2 are for the dwell*

Full Auto | up | up | up | up |
~ Without 3bps activation & 25+ bps

Full Auto | up | down | down | up |
~ With 3bps activation & 25+ bps

Full Auto | down | up | down | up |
~ With 8bps activation & 25+ bps

Will update later on this week regarding game play experience
Conclusion: The Inspire Nano isn't that bad, It has its strengths and its weaknesses.

Do remember this is the First Generation from Inspire, so sofar they did a good job.

Rating:
8 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, August 23rd, 2008 at 4:34 pm PST
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