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Old 03-28-2013, 12:35 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I know I'm the minority on this, but I'd love an option for a double-trigger. Not to walk, but I'm just used to shooting mechs (ie. Automag with Intelliframe or my 03 Prostock) with my middle finger and a long trigger.
Try modding the trigger and frame.
It's only plastic.
Maybe someone can make a replacement.
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Old 03-28-2013, 02:40 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I updated the original post. I got it all back together and it cycles great. I really like the way it cycles. Originally I didn't think I would like the grip frame but I think it feels great.
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Old 03-28-2013, 03:08 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I've asked myself that question since I've never owned a Smart Parts product with the exception of Freak inserts. The answer I came up with is that Smart Parts, well GOG now I guess, put out a really nice marker that is almost exactly what I wanted. It's small and light, comes with cloth braided macro line, single trigger, clamping feedneck, and most of all it just shoots beautifully. For $130 you get a marker that is fun to use and is competitive on the field. If anyone else decided to gamble on something in the mech marker segment I'd buy it but so far everything is either the same old **** or milsim. Would it have been awesome if AGD or some other player from back in the day came back to paintball in an exciting way? Hell yeah it would but that hasn't happened so until that day if Smart Parts/GOG is the only company doing something that interests me they will get my full support.
Fixed. No matter, works the same; just semantics.
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Fixed. No matter, works the same; just semantics.
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Old 03-28-2013, 03:53 PM   #25 (permalink)
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The one I received from ANS gear in the blister pack has steel braided line.
The one I bought used in the old box, originally had the cloth covered macroline.
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Mine is a blister pack one too and it has a steel braided line.
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I've asked myself that question since I've never owned a Smart Parts product with the exception of Freak inserts. The answer I came up with is that Smart Parts, well GOG now I guess, put out a really nice marker that is almost exactly what I wanted. It's small and light, comes with steel braided line, single trigger, clamping feedneck, and most of all it just shoots beautifully. For $130 you get a marker that is fun to use and is competitive on the field. If anyone else decided to gamble on something in the mech marker segment I'd buy it but so far everything is either the same old **** or milsim. Would it have been awesome if AGD or some other player from back in the day came back to paintball in an exciting way? Hell yeah it would but that hasn't happened so until that day if Smart Parts/GOG is the only company doing something that interests me they will get my full support.
Spot on. They are the only company making a product that I want. Therefore they will get my business. Hopefully other companies see us spending money on this gun and will start producing their own high end mechs. I am waiting on the G-1M (I like offset feeds better, not too into the milsim).
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Old 03-28-2013, 05:32 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Who needs high end?
If GOG released a version of the Enmey with a lever feedneck, an on/off ASA, a double trigger and lighter more efficient bolt for around $200-250, then why would you need to spend $400-$1000?
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130 dollar is a sweet price.

Garner brothers didn't get punished. Smart parts is out of business, but as individuals they were protected because smart parts as a corporation does not = garner brothers.

Lever feedneck? Just set the feedneck so the hopper is snug enough but can still be twisted out by hand and you are good to go, and your hopper or feedneck won't have to take damage if you ever hit it really hard, it will just fall off.

It is definitely cool to see a new mechanical gun..can't argue there. I also like 2x triggers on my mechanical guns, more leverage, more options to fire the gun from awkward positions. Single triggers are nice to grip the gun 1 handed for sprints though I look forward to trying one of these things out.
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making their come back has been good for paintball. They are keeping the lower price electros and mechs at a good price. Lots of beginners getting a decent starter gun and a great price.

They made a good move by branding the Impulse under JT. Really who needs another over priced Spyder.

The SP1/G1 VIBE/Envy Enemy are great little guns. The price is great in the new and used market. I'm personaly very happy and enjoy them. I contact Dave Brewer over at GOG for parts price all the time. I wish he would just send me a parts list, that way I could just order without bothering him.

These are well worth the cash.

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