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Going beyond the limitations of traditional paintball marker technology, the ZENITH has brought the blow-back design into the realm of super markers. Utilizing the Zero Recoil Operation System, the blow-back marker has never shot so smooth and as result of an unprecedented level of shot on shot accuracy.

Features
  • ZERO SYSTEM (ZERO RECOIL OPERATING SYSTEM)
  • FEATHER STRIKER SYSTEM
  • LOW PRESSURE INLINE REGULATOR
  • ZEN CIRCUIT BOARD (NPPL SEMI, PSP RAMP, CFOA SEMI AND MILLENIUM RAMP)
  • ANTI CHOP BREAK BEAM EYE SYSTEM
  • ON/OFF BOTTOM ASA
  • OPERATES ON CO2 OR HPA
  • BARREL THREAD: INTERCHANGEABLE WITH AUTOCOCKER THREAD BARREL
  • FEEDNECK THREAD: INTERCHANGEABLE WITH ION/ IMPULSE THREAD FEEDNECK
  • LOW PRESSURE INLINE REGULATOR: STANDARD ASA THREAD
  • ON/OFF BOTTOM ASA: STANDARD DOVETAIL MOUNT

Average Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 7 Write a review.

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Great! May 10, 2013
Reviewer: Jerry from Vermont  
Amazing gun, I've had it for a really long time and still, no problems, I have the rail and it sucks compared to this one. I swear, trust me it is crazy good, it has never broke or had a problem for like 1 and a half years now with constant playing time!


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2011 Proto Rail vs. Azodin Zenith January 4, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Portland OR  
Own both of them, both great paintball markers. Both are backed by great companies that have great customer service. It all comes down to what you want, and what you are going to use it for. If you like to play speedball, go with the Proto Rail. If you like to play woodsball, go with the Zenith. Why? The Proto Rail shoots way smooth, no chops, no breaks. But its heavy on the HPA. The Zenith is better on air for you players that are going to be in a 3 hour game, shoots great, fast, no breaks.

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First Impressions/First Day July 16, 2012
Reviewer: faus7rav3n from Puyallup, WA United States  
TL/DR; Strong entry gun. Needs a few upgrades, to make it a stellar entry/mid marker;(Clamping Feedneck, Barrel System, Trigger). Read on.

Unboxing - Looks +. Weight +. Feel +. Dovetail +, Weight distribution w/ 48/3k good w/reposition. NOTE - Teardown and rebuild out of box! Clean & re-lube w/good oil.

Staging: Blew a macro line. Replaced the broken fitting. Re-filled air. No problems.

Chrono: Early inconsistent shots. Spring needs break-in. W/TechT Bolt and Ifit: super quiet. Huge difference.

Field: Electronics intuitive, clear. Buttons hard to press w/gloves. ZERO barrel breaks/chops. Mild recoil. Weak shots, short distance, rechrono'd post play; shooting way low 196-210.  Break in bugs.

Verdict: Impressed. Azodin produced a great product and in it's first outing performed very well. I feel like alot of the negativity about this company is attributed to newer players that don't know as much about their markers as a result send them to Azodin for fixes.

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ehhhh... July 6, 2011
Reviewer: Blake Thigpen from Danville, VA United States  
personally i like the blitz way way better but this gun is worth the price it could easily beat the g4 or e1     i recccomend the azodin blitz azodin could do better with the feedneck

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definately worth the price December 2, 2010
Reviewer: hughe boner from Roswell, NM United States  
if you are a budget player looking for a gun that has potential to keep up with the competiton then definately consider this gun. I would compare this gun to a proto matrix rail except its not as light. the azodin is fast. stock it can reach 25 bps easily (if you have super fast fingers. They eyes are the only negative. they couldnt detect a metallic royal blue shell and ive shot lower grade spyders that could. the gun rips witht he virtue board and it has virtuallly no recoil. (it vibrates more than recoils). youre gonna want a new barrell. it tends to curve to the right, (this could be the paint). but overall i would definately feel confident about playing a tournament with this gun if my fusion were to break

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