The 2011 Dye NT11 weighs in at just 1.6lbs. 1500 to 1700 shots on a 68/45 shooting at 285fps making this the most efficient Dye Matrix gun to date. Features 2nd generation Ultralite Frame and Ultralite Barrel. The Dye NT11 features a brand new spool valve, and Hyper 3 regulator.
Dye Precision Dye NT11Overall this was one of my favorite markers I have ever owned. I owned my first back in 2011 and purchased new through a sponsor package.
Once tuned after a few weeks it was one of the most...
Overall this was one of my favorite markers I have ever owned. I owned my first back in 2011 and purchased new through a sponsor package.
Once tuned after a few weeks it was one of the most reliable and solid performing guns I have ever owned:
-smooth but maybe not as much as a DM9 or luxe etc.
-reliable for me bc once it was tuned I left it alone and I was the original owner.
-accurate (controversial topic) to me it felt like a very true flat trajectory vs dm's in the past. (Paint boring same throughout the years of markers bc same ultralight barrels back then)
-ergonomically felt great. I don't have huge hands nor small and I'm 5'10 and 200lbs if reference was needed.(subjective here)
-in 2014 you can find a Nt for as low as $300 but who knows how many hands its been in and how it will shoot. Trust your gut.
The reason I had put reliability in con's was because the marker is now 4 years old (NT10) and when obtaining one now is a hit or miss. There are some that are great and there are some that are not. But for me reliability as a first owner it was great.
Years ago I sold mine and now wish I never sold my original one. Because since then I have picked a few up and they have not performed at the same level.
I will continue to look for one to quench my need for one.