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foldadoom 04-05-2013 08:37 PM

luxe users your opinion please
 
got a friend thinking of stocking Luxe markers in his store, we know nothing about them, having never used or even handled one, can anyone give me the bullets points on this platforms pros and cons.

cheers

PistolRogue 04-06-2013 03:34 PM

It's pretty well a tried and true platform. Our guys run a bunch of them, don't really have any recurring problems. Most issues come from people not having a clue and resetting their boards to something idiotic or not lubing them enough.

If your friend wants to carry them in a store I recommend he try to get in on a tech class though.

No Mercy Ever 04-06-2013 03:41 PM

They are much like the SP Shockers, since they are based upon them. Realistically, it can be said that they are the next generation Shocker.

We have a store up here that deals with Luxe's. Big seller for them. They always have some in a special anno or the like, since they move so much volume.

foldadoom 04-09-2013 05:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PistolRogue (Post 2676575)
It's pretty well a tried and true platform. Our guys run a bunch of them, don't really have any recurring problems. Most issues come from people not having a clue and resetting their boards to something idiotic or not lubing them enough.

If your friend wants to carry them in a store I recommend he try to get in on a tech class though.


cheers for that.....its pretty much what I thought, but have no actual hands on with one, a tech class would be great NZ is a little far for most guys to go though :p

bob_wuzza 04-09-2013 06:20 AM

Great Guns now that they have worked the kinks out from the first Gen,
the reasons they went with ribbon Eyes is a mystery to me.
The HPR/LPR assembly is kinda hard to tech sometimes when big issues happen.
and I've seen more than one come through the shop with the rear frame screw hole
stripped.
Also the Macroless design makes teching a little bit tedious.

My opinion is from a fixing point of view

but with proper care and maintenance its a great smooth shooting marker
and I would Recommend carrying it


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