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paintman161 11-05-2012 05:23 PM

Short review of the DAM!
 
So here is my very basic short review of the marker. First off this feels so much lighter than my tm15 or phenom. The marker is very solid even though it is light. The grip is very comfortable and getting to the select button for changing modes is easy. Ejecting the mag is nice and in reach for my middle finger (I have short fingers), which is nice since you don't need to move your hand from the grip. The 20 round mag ejects easily, push the button and it drops out. The 12 round mag is not so easy you need to slap it into the mag well and pull on it to get it out. I am going to get a hold of dye and find out why this is. The mags are very easy to clean and take apart. The mags are very durable and have a little weight to them as well. (it doesn't feel like cheap plastic). The trap doors are great to keep you paint clean when in your pouch and no way of accidentally ejecting all the paint. Removal of the bolt is easy and quick same with the pipe. I was able to shoot it and was chronoing in at 267-269 FPS with paintball and 275 fps with FS. The marker is very quiet (very soft sound to it) and i was using my techt Ifit .688, 6" flasc with 3" ported end. This marker is amazingly accurate both with paintballs and FS!

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Dr. PhunkyPants 11-20-2012 03:35 PM

Thanks for the review. I look forward to picking one up in about 3.5 years once the price falls below $200!

crenom 11-20-2012 07:19 PM

That's a pretty close chrono for the FS vs .68, you must have had a nice bore match.
Are those WTF pouches?

paintman161 11-20-2012 09:11 PM

The paint I had was right around, .685 and .675 both old paint. Yes they are wtf pouches made for the milsig/ rap4 mags.

D G 11-22-2012 08:31 AM

what are the dimentions of the 20rd mags?

paintman161 11-26-2012 03:02 PM

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Originally Posted by D G (Post 2541028)
what are the dimentions of the 20rd mags?

sorry for the delayed response, but here they are: 1.213" thick (middle), 2.936" wide (bottom), 8-7/8" high. These the the widest dimensions on the mag as it gets narrow from bottom to the top. Hope this helps, why do you need them?

D G 11-26-2012 07:25 PM

thank you. helps me decide on mag pouch options, if i end up picking this up.

paintman161 11-26-2012 07:29 PM

Np, I use the wtf mag pouches for the milsig/rap4 mags, fit them perfect.

punisher068 01-10-2013 03:48 PM

On my dream markers list,nice review
Hows sighting with the stock and mask?looks like it would work good
Hope you are making your boxmag for this!

paintman161 01-10-2013 03:57 PM

I would say the best stock setup for aiming with a mask on. Been working on the box mag but having no luck with the feeding motor is not strong enough.


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