I know one thing. When I switched from hopper to mag fed, it made me a much better player. You have to become better than the player shooting at if you are going to compete. I'm lucky enough to have a couple fields allow first strike. Though, my milsig will always be my main marker. And my Tipx. In fact, the Tipx is probably my favorite marker, haha
"Originally posted by razer215: What is the difference between shorter barrel and longer barrel. i'm a little confused haha."
"Originally posted by Tempted: The length of the barrel."
All I can say about the DYE is that it looked nice sitting in
a glass case at the Extravaganza, while RAP4 was letting
folks try out their 468 in their shooting booth. Having all
the beta tester's attest to how good it is, isn't the same
as giving the average player a chance to try it. Besides,
it's another $1,000.00 marker, not a real weapon.
A buddy of mine grabbed a 468 from work and brought it to the field to play
made a small video of it with gun cams, but the 468 is a magfed players dream come true.
I haven't seen much posted about them, but from
what litttle I've seen, which is all about the pump
model, it's been viewed very well. The feature I
like with their other two models is the ability to
switch frm mag to hopper by simply twisting the
barrel. Cost wise they're a good deal cheaper
then everything else that's capable of delivering
i have pretty good luck with my phenom now that i upgraded from the first mkp kit ti the mkp-II and dmags. no more jams or chops. that and the ability to run first strikes is fun.
i am also working on a custom mag fed marker using a spare dmag well and an old autococker trilogy that i have. much cutting, drilling, and profanity will insue, but i think it might actually work out when i am done. lol.