View Full Version : Christmas = New Gun

12-25-2006, 10:55 AM
I Got a rex rx and a steel hpa tank for christmas. Its an odyssey o2 but under another name. This gun is awesome, Its has a fasor design like a wrath. heres the pics.

http://i62.photobucket.com/albums/h83/lud_08/th_HPIM1095.jpg (http://s62.photobucket.com/albums/h83/lud_08/?action=view&current=HPIM1095.flv)

This gun rips. It has semi and auto to 20 bps. And the stock barrel is really good for a cheap gun, its .693 and is really accurate. I just need to wait for the fields to reopen because I need air so I can shoot it. I love this gun soo much.

12-25-2006, 12:13 PM
At first glance, my mind said Dragun TES but I suppopse that's where it started from. Nice marker, sounds like you're enjoying it - ;)

12-25-2006, 12:59 PM
Very nice present... I almost bought one of those about a year ago, when they were still made by Odyssey.. Great markers they are.. Cheap too..

Looks good!

12-25-2006, 01:05 PM
NICE. I got me a new gun for christmas. its a Spyder Electra ACS 05. its nice. only 13 bps on auto. but im probly gonna use mosty semi auto bcuz the rocking trigger is so easy. its freekin fast too!!!!!!!

12-25-2006, 02:09 PM
Its sad that the company rex hasn't done anything with the odyssey guns or made them sell. you can only find them on ebay. they are really good for the price. You could get a wrath clone for $100.

12-25-2006, 04:08 PM
Technically, that's a Dragun T1! Odyssey took the gun from Dragun, then Wrath took it from Odyssey but changed the body style a bit, then Rex took the gun from Odyssey....

The T1 was my first EP gun (spring assisted pneumatic, that is.) I loved it! This one looks like it has the same LPR, same body with EXACT same milling, same color, same feedneck, etc...Looks like the same board, but a better frame with grips and trigger. I could show you a picture of it, but I don't want to take away from your thread - great Christmas gift! Hope you like it as much as I liked mine!

12-25-2006, 05:03 PM
They are very reliable markers.. I remember when Vike posted (back on the Old KUSA) a picture of his T1 and it was COVERED in mud.. He had played a tournament and it was really muddy and pouring down rain.. And it still shot fine..

12-25-2006, 05:31 PM
Hahahaha, we won that tournament too, and the T1 didn't go down one single time. It shot accurate ropes all day (and evening) long! Everyone else was having fits with their guns, but I just smiled and listened to people say that they misjudged dragun....

Now, the only thing that happened was the pin in my jambolt popped loose once, but I just mashed the receptacle the pin went in a little and it was fine the rest of the day!

Isn't it funny that for a company everyone dismissed as being kind of crappy has everyone trying to copy their designs? I still maintain it was the FIRST mid level EP gun, prior to the Ion, the Promaster and the Wrath...

Dang, I miss that gun sometimes...

12-25-2006, 09:20 PM
I wanted reliabilty and simplicity. I was thinking of getting a wrath and noticed why pay more for the same thing. I think the next gun I would get after this would be a timmy.

12-25-2006, 09:46 PM
........... they are really good for the price. You could get a wrath clone for $100.

So are you saying that marker only cost you $100? - :eek:

12-25-2006, 10:00 PM
No This one cost $150 shipped and the other one called the type-R cost $130 but if you do best offer he will let you take off $30 but then shipping is $20 so it would come out to $120 for the wrath clone. The only difference is the reg asa. I would have got that instead but I liked the looks of this gun better and I wanted this one more.