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SP1 Thinking about bying one

#1 User is offline   blackrain 

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Posted 12 December 2010 - 04:13 PM

If you know anything about Team Black Rain,we aren't very high tech. An Angel LED/LCD is about as high tech as we go. I have been looking at an SP1. I have a few questions since I have never seen one apart and only going off rumor control. Is this gun just an SP vibe on the inside? Is it Just a VIBE in a new body shell?

I tend to play with low end guns,because it makes the game more fun. So any help you SP1 owners can offer would be well appreciated.Pics,info,break down anything will help.

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Posted 12 December 2010 - 05:24 PM

BR..........yes, pretty much...except there's no eyes in either. It uses a 'low force' bolt that's the anti chop system.

The milsim type body is pretty much like the thermo plastic in a Glock pistol.

It's extremely light as markers go and evenly balanced with a filled Revvi [the most hopper you will need with it].

If you get one, make sure it's either got:

1. The 3 mode stock board [2nd generation] or;
2. Black Heart board with eyes.

Now...if you happen across one that's got a busted board for cheap, Don't fret. I wrote to Damon over at scenario dreams and he said they can configure the UTB to work with the SP1.
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Posted 16 December 2010 - 01:29 PM

The SP1 is a great paintball gun. I have one and know several people that use them as well. They use Ion bolts too. The board mounts horizontally under the breech/barrel.

I would recommend them to anyone.
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Posted 24 February 2011 - 09:24 PM

Well late entry. I did buy one and I knew it was leaking. I figure bango leaks,but turned out to be noid leak. So I called GoG snd ordered a new one. Look for my noid hose replacement how to coming shortly.

Later,
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