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#1 User is offline   bruteman 

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Posted 25 August 2005 - 10:25 AM

hey guys i am thinking of getting the olive fade proto 05 matrix marker. :D and i was wondering if it has to use HPA or low pressure air? i need to know if my 68 ci. crossfire n2 3000psi tank will work with the proto matrix because when i get the gun ill have no money to get anything else.

ps. is the richochette 2kx hopper fast enough to load the proto matrix.
also i would like to know : is the proto 05 matrix durable enough to play woodsball as a medium rifleman
or sniper/light rifleman.
how accurate is the proto 05

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Posted 25 August 2005 - 06:02 PM

it can use either, but i suppose that low pressure would be easier on the reg.
the ricochet will feed fast enough for your fingers, and the marker has eyes, so you won't even really notice.
the matrix is durable enough to play paintball... just don't run over it with your car, please.
the gun is decent in accuracy, but you'll want a better barrel.

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Posted 29 August 2005 - 06:19 AM

pssst: HPA means the air is highly compressed inside the tank, what low-pressure tanks do are lower the output pressure.

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