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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
By RobertM. from USA on 2008-01-19 15:48:58Things I liked:Perfect replica - as close to real as is possible. Pyramid has the BEST price around for this (I checked). Nice balance and excellent power. Decocking level is nice to have, as is the trigger "safety". CO2 cylinders are very easy to change out. Comes with additional backstrap for larger hands. Comes with oil, cleaning rod & cloth. A great tool for law-enforcement training sims. It IS addictively fun..even at 55 years of age!
Things I would have changed:I would include 3 front sights that are interchangeable, as the fixed front sight might need a little getting used to. Other than that...don't change a thing.
What others should know:This gun is fantastic in a CQB venue (within 20 feet), and should be quite good at distance. (rated at over 200 yards @ 290 FPS muzzle velocity...that's pretty darn far for a paintball pistol) Trigger action is smooth for a "non-firearm" with very little creep. Trigger pull is not excessive by any means (approx 5 lbs).
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By Paul from USA on 2013-11-21 09:15:28Things I liked:I do milsim paintball and the current options for the .68 caliber paintball markers are too large, bulky, and really are more like a smg for paintball. The p99 .43 caliber is everything I wanted in a sidearm. It's very balanced in its weight, very easy to operate. My favorite thing is the rate of fire I can get out of it as I can fire it until it's empty in a matter of seconds.
Things I would have changed:So far there isn't anything I dislike about the marker itself. Though it would be nice if there was a teardown manual available for it.
What others should know:Shooting the marker very fast will cause the CO2 cylinder to frost over and may cause less accurate shots, low pressure, and probably less accuracy. It's not a design flaw, that's how rapid decompression of a gas works.