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Sp1 April 1, 2011
Reviewer: Corey Riner from Topeka, KS United States  
I have the sp1 and its basically the same gun just a different company made it. I put a blackheart, nitro tank ego 3 hopper and a tactical freak barrel on it. I can shoot 20bps easily with a woodsball gun..  I can show up speedball guns with my gun. I love this gun and would recommend it to anyone

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the g-1 March 3, 2011
Reviewer: thomas walker from angola, IN United States  
setup:  g-1, halo, remote line, 12oz. c02.
after doing alot of research to buy a new paint marker, i decided on a sp-1(though my friends wanted me to get a tippy),  untill i realized i could not buy it because smart parts went belly up earlier that year and no places had any in stock.  i found out GOG was making the sp-1 under a different name, G-1.  the gun comes in a durable black case.  it has performed flawlessly since purchased in feb.  the g-1 is consistent,   + or - 3 on the chrono.  this gun i quiet,  its fun watching the other team scramble to hide when they dont hear what directing its coming from.  ive been playing in 30-35 degree weather,  the tippmann players had to keep their c02 tanks from chilling so they could even shoot. my c02 tank frosted over and the gun was still shooting 260+ at the chrono.  easy on paint, even in the cold weather, i havent broke a ball yet. several players gave complements towards the g-1.  probably the best woods ball marker under $500.

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gog g1 February 9, 2011
Reviewer: William Zambrano from Miami, FL United States  
The gog g1 is a good woodsball gun and very great body

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