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20 March 2010 - 08:39 AMOkay, I played on the 13th of March and it was not the best day to play paintball. The temp was just below forty degrees and it was an off and on pour. One minute it's pouring the other minute it's just drizziling.
Fortunately, this was the first time I was able to battle test my phenom. Previously, I had troubles with my phenom where the cyclone wouldn't work, but after taking it apart a couple times, I was able to fix it. I kept my phenom on full auto, and went out and did 4 vs. 4.
I was surprised on how well it worked, to the exception of the first 25 rounds coming out on full auto where it was sporradic, but went away. I previously had a 98C and it worked beautifully in the rain. With the exception of the porting on my barrel and old paint, most of my shots were on target.
My question however is: How do other electronic markers work in the rain?
If you own an Phenom, have you played in the rain and tested it?