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Old 08-26-2008, 09:15 AM #1
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PM7 Advice

I'm quitting woodsball and going to start playing speedball asap but i wanted to know something about the PM7 like: will it operate with a HP Preset? How much shots will i get from a 48ci 3000psi bottle? The PM7 is question costs 300€ in second hand also in second hand i can get an Ego5 for 250€ or a Ego6 for 400€ what should i buy?
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Old 08-26-2008, 09:43 AM #2
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I have a red uled pm7 and it shoots awsome, u can get a uled 1 for $400. Yes it is high pressure, they are great guns. Ill make a video soon 2 show how to clean the bolt, reg, and take it part, any questions, pm me plz
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Old 08-26-2008, 10:58 AM #3
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I'm quitting woodsball and going to start playing speedball asap but i wanted to know something about the PM7 like: will it operate with a HP Preset? How much shots will i get from a 48ci 3000psi bottle? The PM7 is question costs 300€ in second hand also in second hand i can get an Ego5 for 250€ or a Ego6 for 400€ what should i buy?
300.00 GBP = 551.664 USD

You should try Ebay (U.S.) and see if some of the stores with PM7's will ship international, you can get a new one for less than that.
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Old 08-26-2008, 11:34 AM #4
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expect less than 800 shots on that tank, Matrix's really like 68/45 or better in terms of air consumption
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Old 08-26-2008, 01:58 PM #5
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Can΄t use U.S Ebay because Portuguese Customs Will make me pay a lot for an non-european item and it's Euros not Pounds
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Old 08-26-2008, 05:28 PM #6
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My PM7 is fairly efficient. With a good fill I can get a hopper and 4 pods off my 45/4500 when chronoed to 285 fps (a little shy of 800 balls). That's all the paint I generally carry anyway... As for a 48 ci 3000, you would get about 2/3's of that or 500ish balls. That translates to bit over a hopper and 2 pods. Fine for recball but a too small for tournaments. I'd highly recommend hunting down a decent used 4500 psi tank. They can be had for about 100 bucks and are much lighter than the steel tanks. If money is a problem then find a used 68/3000 for cheap. A 68/3000 will have similar capacity to my 45/4500 so roughly a hopper and 4 pods with a good fill. With that said, I'd recommend saving up for a nice 4500 psi tank. You don't want to skimp on the tank to save 50 bucks because you will regret it later.
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Old 08-26-2008, 05:50 PM #7
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If you plan on using the steely tank for a while I would personally suggest taking the ego over the pm7. Efficiency will be much better and maintenance is minimal. But if you plan on getting a bigger tank, and don't mind 5-10 minutes of maintenance at the end of each day, and you enjoy the smoothness and lack of recoil we have all come to expect from spool valve guns, I would say take the PM7. And yes, the pm7 will work fine on an HP preset tank as does every other gun besides a handfull of angels(overpriced garbage).
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Old 08-26-2008, 06:56 PM #8
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great gun period ... its my main gun now and i love it ... highly recommend and mine isnt even uled =)
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Old 08-27-2008, 09:32 PM #9
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great gun period ... its my main gun now and i love it ... highly recommend and mine isnt even uled =)
same here, I have an ego as well but I don't know why but I prefer spools, better accuracy I like being able to hit what I'm shooting at.
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