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Old 11-19-2012, 11:14 PM #22
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My dm8 is the most reliable dm ive ever owned, also the smoothest shooting. Id say an 8 or 9. Didnt like my dm5 and 12s too much.
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Old 11-20-2012, 08:18 AM #23
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Friend at the field has a DM7 that turned me on to DMs. Less than a week later I found a DM6. Both shoot great. I still want a DM9 eventually though, but that was outside my budget. I think the DM9 has the best milling, only reason I want one really.

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Old 11-20-2012, 08:21 AM #24
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Friend at the field has a DM7 that turned me on to DMs. Less than a week later I found a DM6. Both shoot great. I still want a DM9 eventually though, but that was outside my budget. I think the DM9 has the best milling, only reason I want one really.

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Agreed, i love the milling on the 9s. I was debating this exact thing last week, but i ended up going PM8. I like how its a bit smaller, and even though the millings kinda weird. I think its a good weird lol foregrip is SUPER comfy for me. If i really like it over my axe im proably going to 2-4-1 them for a $600-700 spoolie. Possibly a MacDev
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:00 AM #25
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Old 11-28-2012, 02:50 PM #26
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Old 11-29-2012, 01:23 PM #27
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I'll throw in my .02.

Oldest to get? DM6. Pretty much covered why in this thread but in summary, first UL frame (that came stock). Many aftermarket boards available for this type of frame. Styling and shot are great.

DM7 is an upgrade to the DM6 IMHO. It's lighter and a little smaller and I actually prefer the eye pipe over the acrylic eye pieces that come in the DM6 (both of these serve as the self cleaning eye component of the DM6+ guns... pretty cool!).

The DM8 is actually HEAVIER than the DM7 so I don't understand why you'd want to go to a DM8. The DM9+ guns are cool and all but I still rock my DM7 even on a national level. Keeps up with the best of them.

DM6 and above you can't go wrong. If you want a few more bells and whistles (really just the eye-pipe and weight savings), pick up a DM7.

I'd like to point out that you will never have to replace an eye-pipe as long as you know how to take care of it. If your barrel puts too much pressure against it, the pipe will crack. Put an o-ring on the barrel and you'll be set.
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