Sport Sensors Paintball RADARchron is...
great look for the marker, very heavy but great armor for it when crawling through heavy bush. scary looking when you come face to face with it
Great mask didn't fog up best mask you can get for the low price comfortable to.
Great fire rate, doesn't need to be greased often, extremely light.
Very breathable material good padding on the arms and a bit on the upper chest an amazing jersey to have got shot in the arms a couple times and most of them ramped off best series is the f5
The best thing is about this marker is that you can switch between hopper fed and mag fed mid game so you can use first strike rounds for longer shots and switch to 68. cal for close quarters. and this a very comfortable gun to hold and move around.
Your battery cap is not on tight so if you are running through the bush a stick can knock it off and you can lose your battery. Cheap plastic.
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The RADARchron has proven to be so successful that many tournaments have written its use into their official rules. Its innovative design allows game officials to conveniently measure speeds before, after, and during competition.
The RADARchron is microprocessor controlled, like a mini-computer, and indicates calculated feet-per-second paintball speed on a two-segment liquid crystal display. The range of speed measurements is 150 to 450 feet per second, within ± 2 % accuracy. The RADARchron is packaged in a rugged plastic housing, sealed to protect the internal electronics from dust, dirt and moisture encountered during normal use. It is triangular in shape, 2 1/2" wide, 3 1/2" long, and 1 3/16" thick, weighing less than three ounces. A three-volt, 160 milliampere-hour Lithium battery powers the electronics. This small N/3 size battery provides approximately 30 hours of operating life, representing over 3600 speed measurements. The RADARchron transmission level is well below that of most "wireless" consumer products such as cellular and portable telephones, for example. Transmission characteristics are well within FCC, CA, and CE requirements and prescribed safety levels.