Finding out specific information about the Nerve is not easy, but the main addition seems to be the ability for the marker to measure its own internal pressure and adjust this alongside the dwell setting to achieve the optimum shooting speed. Don't quote us on this though!
The Nerve is a sexy, single solenoid, open bolt electronic paintball gun curvaceously milled and anodized to perfection. The Nerve is planned to deliver amazing rates of fire of over twenty paintballs per second thanks to a standard magnetic blade trigger and electronics so new and revolutionary that Smart Parts refuses to discuss them, on or off the record. The Nerve rides low on its grip frame thanks to a redesign that has moved the electronics and the nine-volt battery power source completely into the grip frame.
In that it is an open bolt, single solenoid design, the Nerve is similar to an extremely milled, extremely accessorized Impulse, but there are refinements. The bolt is accessible via a twist knob at the rear of the receiver and the Nerve is standard with a low-pressure regulator or LPR designed to maximize efficiency and consistency in conjunction with the standard 4,500psi Max-Flow compressed air system.
Also standard on the Nerve is the Freak barrel system enabling the user to shoot any paintball they can find, and double ball detents. The Nerve is standard with a Vision Board and anti-chop eye that will prevent the user from chopping a paintball, and with a standard low rise feed adapter and projected rates of fire of nearly twenty-five paintballs per second, this is a wise investment. The Nerve is intended to sit at the top of the Smart Parts totem pole of paintball guns, and for the price, expected to be in excess of one thousand pounds, a player will receive the absolute best of everything Smart Parts has ever engineered.