Originally Posted by youknowitall
Chops paint like no tomorrow. If you ever want to play again don't get an NT.
Go with the DM line if you want Dye.
yeah because dye would produce a new line of guns that just do nothing but chop paint
the first couple hundred nt10s that came out needed some tweeks..which dye realized and made changes (newer eyepipe, different spool spring, notched front spool bumper, and did something different to the airport)..if you want to get an nt11 you will not regret your decision one bit--dye updated the spool and spacer body in the nt11 to reduce the amount of bumpers that the nt10 was known to go through
I personally got an nt10 two weeks ago and it is by far my most favorite gun that I have ever owned..and I would consider myself a gun whore by owning over 30+ guns..has a different sound than most spools (instead of a puff sounds its a nice crisp sound) and is buttery smooth..
haha the kid that posted above me has most definitely never owned or shot an nt because I have never seen a more ignorant comment about that line of guns..yeah some people had trouble with chopping but that was because they has not released the updates for the gun yet and most people just honestly dont know how to tune the gun..if they want to shoot slower than they are chronoed, people instantly grab an allen key and start cranking the hpr down..nope you cant do that with an nt..set the hpr to 130psi (nt10..idk what nt11 is..maybe 110?) and a dwell of 6 or 7 depending on the circumstances..dont touch the hpr after that..if you want to shoot slower than you are chronoing at then put in the spacer body..if you want to shoot hotter then you can turn up the hpr a tad bit..just never lower
99% of the time, when people are having trouble with their gun, it is definitely a user problem..not a manufacturers