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|06-04-2014, 07:49 PM||#21 (permalink)|
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I did get a freak back and my velocity jumped almost 50fps. Consistency and accuracy dramatically improved. The paint was .679 and I under board to.677. I very badly want to put a CP on/off ASA on it, thinking I'll add some detents to that order.
I'm also running a Halo2 with a Ninja 68cu carbon fiber. I didn't notice the recoil, it didn't have a kick or anything close to a blowback like the Spyders and Tippmanns. No trouble shooting a rope of paint in a nice straight line. The trigger has a sort of sweet spot, that once you find you can really let loose. I would guess the trigger screw mod gets rid of the extra travel and helps you stay in it.
|06-04-2014, 11:24 PM||#22 (permalink)|
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Not to knock on Mag's, I did really like mine. Clearly, they are going to feel more solid and better built than the eNMEy. Metal vs. plastic will almost always have that outcome. Mags may even be more reliable over the very long haul, BUT, when you DO have to fix something internal, I can guarantee the eNMEy is much simpler to understand than the insides of a Lvl10 bolt and an X-valve.
I'd have to disagree with you on trigger pull, at least if we're talking R/T setups and not ULT. The eNMEy has a lighter trigger pull hands down from any RT Mag I've shot. That, combined with the lighter overall weight, and the ability to use a smaller lighter tank are the reasons why I use an eNMEy now instead of a Mag.
|06-04-2014, 11:56 PM||#23 (permalink)|
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Anyone try their enemy with a 13ci tank? Wanting to run mine with a winchester and 2-3 extra 50 round pods. Trying to keep it light and keep paint usage down.
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|06-05-2014, 08:28 AM||#24 (permalink)|
On the detent subject (in case you haven't seen it in other places), here is a pic of my stock ones when I removed them.
Two inside ones are the old ones and two outside ones are the new stock ones.
You can see the issue with the stock ones. Again this is only maybe about 2 cases through those detents. With those old detents I was getting barrel breaks often. Not ever single shot was a break but quite a few. Don't know if my detents were a fluke but if you have a barrel kit and still getting barrel breaks I'd highly suggest checking your detents.
On the subject of the Enmey vs Mag. I've never owned a mag but have shot a couple. All had level 10 bolts. While the mag is definitely constructed better in terms of quality parts it is heavier for sure. Pretty much all the weight of a Enmey, the weight comes from the firing can as the body, frame, feed neck are plastic. Some view this as cheap and what nothing to do with it. I will say most plastic pieces are fine on the enmey, the only issue I have with any plastic parts is the feed neck. Mainly the cheap screws they used for the clamping bits. Which is either fixed by buying a new feed neck (<$20) or by going the route I did and took a trip to a hardwaee store to buy higher quality screws that won't strip. I've had little issues with anything I've owned being made of polymer minus a back cap on a 2009(ish) PMR. I don't second guess the strength of the marker at all. And if something were to fail and GoG won't replace it, it should be a lot cheaper than metal to replace.
For efficiency, the Enmey wins from every test I've seen with a mag. Again I've never shot a mag enough to determine shots per fill but I'm strictly going off of other tests. I've been able to shoot a full Halo and 3 pods off of a 45/45 before with my Enmey and still had enough air for another pod, pod and a half.
There is a larger market for aftermarket parts for a mag though should you choose to upgrade. I see a few company's coming out with Enmey upgrades but if they do it will take some time. To me the only thing an Enmey requires is a set of detents, better barrel, better feed neck screws, and an on/off if you wish have adjustability. I do think its easier to get barrels for an Enmey as well as diagnose what is causing issues/maintain compared to a mag.
But then it comes to price. A brand new RT mag cost about $400(?) If I remember correctly. You can purchase a Enmey for $130, detents for $20, on/off for $35, 3 CP one pieces for $90 and that equals up to $275. Still cheaper than a RT mag but not as fast, well made. With that price difference I can play twice before I even purchased an RT mag.
|06-08-2014, 01:44 PM||#25 (permalink)|
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|06-08-2014, 10:35 PM||#27 (permalink)|
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My sisters eNMEy gets a halo and three pods on a 50/4500. My Rt mag seems to get the same with a 56ci tank. So efficiency wise they seem pretty equal. That being said I run mine normally with a 77ci tank for comfort.
The eNMEy is a great gun especially at the price I not taking away from that. Weight wise the eNMEy is a tad lighter (but not as well balanced). And it's Far Far quieter.
Like I said its much like a Sniper vs a CCM. The sniper in many ways performs on par with the CCM. But the quality of the CCM is enuff for many to pay the premium to buy it over the sniper.
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|06-08-2014, 11:02 PM||#28 (permalink)|
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Is there a want for aluminum bodies/trigger frames for the enemy? I can understand the mag market but are enemy owners willing to spend the extra money for cosmetic upgrades?
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|06-09-2014, 12:10 AM||#29 (permalink)|
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