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Old 10-22-2009, 07:23 PM #43
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I got my dm and withing 15 minutes of getting it, i shot the **** out of it. I put over a case through it and it was AMAZING. Although the trigger really was a pain in the butt because it was mad stiff. But overall, it was Ball on Ball and i really am impressed with this gun from dye!!!
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Old 10-23-2009, 03:18 PM #44
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the nt shoots amazing and when u break it in u can get 1500+ shoots the only bad things i found is u need allens to take the back cap off and the trigger spring is stiff but i like magnets better than springs anyways
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Old 10-23-2009, 08:12 PM #45
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accuracy----WOW for sure ball on ball i love it
noise--------i run a dwell of 6ms and one efficiency spacer and the sound signature is lower than that of any gun ive shot
looks--------i love my bullets NT, but its all your opinion
speed-------its up there!!!

and last but definitely not least, the first thing you notice is the efficiency. my hat goes off to YB for this bolt design, im getting a couple hundred short of a case off a 68/45, so one fill should last you the day

all in all, i think it fills in the revolutionary hype, and im never getting rid of it. Its all your opinion but i vote yay. anyone complaining about ball chops please PM me

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Old 10-23-2009, 09:01 PM #46
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ok thinking of getting a NT. Is the NT really that good of a gun? Come on post up some real honest thoughts not just the same stuff everybody says "greatest gun ever" . Just because this is the dye forum doesnt mean you cant be honest. But then again maybe the gun is that nice and everybody loves it. I think it looks great but other than that, not sure.
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Old 10-23-2009, 10:20 PM #47
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Just got my Death Squad. I have only put two hoppers full of brittle paint in the garage, but I am extremely happy with it so far. Have not taken it to the field, yet.

Little more kick than my buddy's broken in DM9, but that is what I wanted. A little too much side-to-side play on the trigger, and I think that everything is already tightened down.

Trigger does feel a little stiff, but I swapped in a lighter spring and have the tension screw backed out. With microswitch, you could even try it without the spring - that is how my SL8R had.

It is extremely comfortable, light, and well-balanced. I really like the toolless grips and lack of eye covers - less screw to lose at the field if I need to tech it. Sure, toolless bolt removal would be nice, but that is not a biggie.

Coming from Eblades and SL Egos, I admit that I am a little unnerved in only being able to adjust 4 variables (dwell, trigger bounce, ROF, and mode). As long as the performs, I don't need 8 setting for trigger settings nor the ability to adjust the factors involved in how the gun ramps (just use PSP).
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Old 10-25-2009, 12:01 AM #48
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don't believe all the hype....

I think you should wait a few on spending so much on this gun. seems to have a lot of people try to get raid of them. honestly, I think Dye need to do lil bit more work on this marker, don't get me wrong, this thing look sexy, but read a little more and wait a little more, or get a used one or borrow one from a friend. I wouldn't spend 1600 for a marker, just to test it out and then put it on the nation for 1200. 400 just the test this marker, wow, make a good decision bro and good luck with that. I hope this help, check out this review http://www.pbnation.com/reviews/prod..._precision_nt/
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Old 10-25-2009, 12:52 PM #49
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MOst of those reviews seem pretty bogus. For one, most of them don't seem to read this forum explaining the asa and eye pipe issues, which are causing them their problems. Secondly, they all compare it to the DM series. It's NOT a DM it's a different gun! The new DM is the DM10. The Nt is a different gun line. About the only think they were accurate on was the price being way too high. I can't see anyone paying 1600 for a paintball gun and not being at least a little dissapointed. I mean......it shoots paintballs lol.

They all complain about it not having an OLED........nobody ever said it did! You knew that before you bought it lol.

About the only legit complaints were the trigger being stiff and the grip being a bit tricky. As well as the asa and eyepipe which have all been addressed already.
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Old 10-26-2009, 08:54 AM #50
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without reading any posts before me here are my thoughts

shot my teamates yesturday and:
. very light
. shot very smooth
. little to no kick
. ripped on it and was very fast! better then my dm9 imo
. trigger was set up very well (not stiff)
. not a lot of noise either
. almost tooo small for me to be honest, if that can happen

but i was sold. im buying one at the beginning of next year...
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