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#1 User is offline   kage83 

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Posted 12 May 2010 - 01:50 PM

I was looking into the Azodin markers. Wondering if anyone has used/uses one and what their opinions are. I checked PBreview.com and since the company's pretty new there aren't many reviews just yet.

Please don't post anything like, "Get a slg/mini/g3 instead." I don't have reasonable access to HPA where I'm at, so I'm stuck with CO2. Since this is the case my sub-$300 marker choice is severely limited. Also, I was thinking SP Vibe, but with SP's indefinite closure, I don't want to have a marker that works great, breaks down, and I can't find parts for. SO, that leaves me with...Azodin (unless you have other CO2 capable markers that I'm not familiar with). Mike at techpb seems sold on them, but I want more opinions.
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Posted 12 May 2010 - 03:52 PM

i dont know anything about the Azodin markers, accept they looked pretty good in the magazine ad is saw. Im not sure but im pretty sure spyder came out with a vs series that ran on co2. My bros vs3 was decent for sub 200, it was the one that ran of nitro though.
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