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Greenmtnphantom 01-05-2011 09:24 AM

Ditto Deuce #2 review
First the eye candy

Efficiency - although I don't have an exact number is better than I thought it would be. I used a 3.5 shot about 300 paintballs through it and it was still going strong.

Reloading - I have found that reloading is not much of a issue as long as you remember to do it when you have a chance, when you are safe in a bunker and have a free second split a tube between the two feeds and you're good to go.

I did break one ball so far, barrel break, I strongly suggest using a battle swab with this as taking the barrel off to use a pull through on the field is a pain. This is because the barrels are close enough that I can't get my hand around it for a full turn to loosen the barrel.

Accuracy - Phenominal, super easy to aim because you just look down between the barrels. You do need to keep in mind though that the balls are going to travel side by side to the target. Your not threading one ball between two trees here. The balls to cross at one point and then spread. You could in theory longball two people standing side by side if the range is right, or give someone a mastercard logo in welts!

This thing is a magnet for eyes, caught several people staring at it as they walked by, people wanted to know about it, Memorize the following statement "No it's not a Palmers"

Weight was not an issue. 2 light guns in one makes one medium weight gun. I would say it, fully loaded weights less than my viking did fully loaded for sure.

Cleaning is a time consuming process but part of this could be my Gargoyle spoiling me.

I'm very happy at this point with the way the gun performed on the field.

Construction - Very well made. There are millions of drill press operaters out there and only one who puts out work good enough to become glorified. At this point the only thing that I can come up with for critisizim of the design and worksmanship is that some kind of guard between the bodies to prevent/slow paint and dirt from getting into the internals may have been nice, but would of course make tearing it apart to clean a bigger hassle.

This is no doubt the most fun to shoot gun that I have ever owned.

Bradys71 01-05-2011 09:32 AM

Really Nish, you couldn't use a photo with the awesome tank cover Toni bought you? Just kidding, I can vouch for the weight thing, this gun is pretty light weight yet feels really sturdy.

Greenmtnphantom 01-05-2011 09:39 AM

Ok ok you twisted my arm I'll hook you and Robert up.

I threw one of my googlie eyes up there too, can't leave that one out.

Bradys71 01-05-2011 03:06 PM


Bagels 01-05-2011 11:59 PM

Very nice review. I remember seeing this in person somewhere. The anno looks even more amazing in person.

How many shots does it get with a 12ie?

Greenmtnphantom 01-06-2011 08:41 AM


Originally Posted by Bagels (Post 1625559)
Very nice review. I remember seeing this in person somewhere. The anno looks even more amazing in person.

How many shots does it get with a 12ie?

It's actually a powder coad that Ken does it changes from Blue to Green depending on how the light hits it. This one is Illusion Aquamarine, I'm sure there are other color combos that he can do also.

I haven't checked the 12ie efficiency, I was thinking about checking it just for reference as I never plan on running it on 12ies. I'll try to remember to check it sometime this spring or summer just for giggles.

Sarge 01-10-2011 04:26 PM

I got about 35ish, out of mine depending on how fast you shoot.

They are an amazing piece of equipment. Ken does and excellent job, and is a stand up guy.

Greenmtnphantom 01-10-2011 08:47 PM

Indeed he is, and that reminds me I need to link to this in the Ditto Thread!

Stan the Hitman 01-17-2011 12:41 AM

lovin the grips and tank cover!

Greenmtnphantom 01-17-2011 09:11 AM

Thanks man. Someone on Phog suggested that she be called the Green Dragon, I liked it and ran with it, hense the grips and cover. Robertsr Did the grips and the Tank cover is B&M Chainmail (Brady71)

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