Originally Posted by NoForts4Me
[Dobbins] was able to stop it from leaking from everywhere. When the [Promaster] worked, it was accurate and had a high rate of fire, for the time period.
You got to experience the gun's good side, then. I never did. Mine chopped paint like crazy, every time. All the adjusters built into the gun (too many?) didn't help. An industry insider told me the problem started with the manufacturing facility, located in Mexico. They couldn't get the tolerances right, or couldn't get them consistently right. Some guns that came off the line were good (and are still being used today), but most were bad. Very, very, very bad. I ended up just giving my $400+ Promaster away to another player - warning him that I wasn't doing him a favor.