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|02-21-2010, 08:16 PM||#291 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2008
Location: Montreal, Canada
Video of the DSG in action
Here is a little movie that I made during my first game with the DSG last Friday. You can see me adjust, shoot and reload the marker. I even did a headshot on a guy at the end of the movie.
Everything in this movie is in french except some f words... which is now universal language. It was filmed with a Contour HD camera on my google.It is an interior field in Montréal so that's why it is a little bit dark.
DSG shotgun on Vimeo
|02-22-2010, 01:32 PM||#295 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2009
Solid. High quality. No nonsense.
Those would be the three descriptives that I'd attribute to Dukie's DSG. This won't be a full review as I've shot only a couple of hundred rounds through it, which is hardly enough experience and time on the shotgun to give it a fair write-up. But I'll express my first impressions.
The machining is superb. Dukie is a master. The weight is reassuring in its quality. It's balanced beautifully, being easy to handle, despite its solid mass and length. The matte anodizing looks tough, serious and industrial - all-business.
Assembly was pretty easy, especially after viewing Dukie's basic but effective videos from Page 1 of this thread. Listen to Dukie's advice and do NOT use an allen key on the three main screws (bolt and two pump screws).
I prefer a CAR stock so I bought an ATI. The plug fit was similar, but not identical, to the stock grip, so I needed about 9 minutes with a dremel tool to get a good fit (not a big deal). With the CAR stock, the DSG shoulders nicely and I can brace the pump action very well. The angle of the CAR stock goes up by a degree or so, but I also have an ATI spacer (about $10) that I might try that angles it down. However, there's no issues with sighting down the barrel anyway, while using my DYE i4 mask, so I may not bother with adjust the angle.
I used a CCM barrel from my S6. It's a temporary barrel for now as its beautiful finish looks out of place with the serious matte finish of the DSG. But the function is there - CCM's barrel sizers easily prevents ball roll out.
As with most quality-made closed bolt markers (which obviously a pump is), accuracy is excellent. The pump action is solid but not stiff. The trigger pull is predictable & smooth, without any binding.
I used it on a quiet weekday night at a local indoor field, so there hasn't been any input from other players, but no doubt, there will be a lot of attention on the DSG when I go to my next open game.
I'll leave it there for now, as I need more time to warrant further comments. At this stage, I can say that the DSG is one amazing, high quality, unique marker.
|02-22-2010, 06:58 PM||#296 (permalink)|
Glad you are liking it. Be prepared to not get a whole lot of playing time when you show it off. You will spend half the night talking about it and trying to rescue it from admirers
If CCM barrels had come in 14" they might have come with those after the SP grief.
|02-23-2010, 01:41 AM||#298 (permalink)|
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|02-23-2010, 06:08 AM||#299 (permalink)|
All Hail Harb!
Is there a 6 inch stock that would fit on a DSG?
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