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19 December 2007 - 10:28 AMi prefer the .45 style on almost ALL my guns.
19 December 2007 - 08:19 AMthe matrix line (specifically dm4-8 and pm5-8... no rails, or gen-e trixes)
is VERY easy to maintain... it really comes down to taking out the bolt kit, cleaning and re-lubing... its a bit more work than a tippmann, cocker, mag... but boy is it worth it... there ARE a bunch of o-rings... but they really only need to be replaced when you see a drop in performance... ive had my pm6 for a year and a half now... ive changed all my o-rings ONCE... and i keep it lubed and clean... and it treats me VERY WELL... infact... im dropping my shocker because the matrix shoots so much nicer.
now, if you want something a little simpler... what about looking into an Ion XE (bolt out back design makes cleaning a breeze) with some simple upgrades such as an L7 bolt, Clippard Style QEV.... you can shoot as fast as you can pull the trigger at a low PSI and low dwell (making it efficient)
19 December 2007 - 08:13 AMi will ONLY shop at Splattereffectpaintball.com.... its a more personal service, if you ever have any questions, they respond to emails within a few hours (sometimes as soon as instant) and they offer repair services for the cost of parts for ANY ITEM purchased through them.... not many people are willing to do that...
14 December 2007 - 11:39 PMsounds like short stroking.
make sure you pull and release the trigger FULLY
14 December 2007 - 07:28 AMsee WHERE its sticking?
take the frame off and slowly pull the trigger back and forth and see where there is resistance... act from there.
here is my pm6 (now has a hater board and dm4/5/c/7 wired eyes in it.
here is a pic of the "hourglass" milling (pre-white grips)
and here is my old PM5
and here is a pic so you can compare stock vs UL frame
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