. comes with box and everything it does new and is in great condition, should he take it or just pass. overall he is pretty lazy with maintenance...
If He has used a DM series before, or is mechanically inclined and is very patient, and if he has a O-ring box that would make most pro-shops look like amateurs, yes it is a great deal.
If he is a regular guy who wants to show up at the field, lube a few o-rings, chrono and play. He Will hate the NT11.
If the latter (second one) is the case, And he still wants a smooth shooting marker, like I said the DM series is Perfection. A DM11, or DM10 will be about the same price and the engine is designed to shoot smooth, and always shoot.
MacDev markers also come to mind, they have unreal reliability as a whole, and while the grips wont be close to the DM/NT series (they has best grips in industry for sure) The engine will be a workhorse.
if He is willing to take a few extra shifts, He can also look into the PE Geo series, the Geo 2's are also a workhorse, while they dont shoot as smooth as the Mac-Dev or Dye markers, they more then make up for that in reliability and ease of maintenance
There is a Reason that PE Dominates alot of paintball markets, its not because they have the smoothest markers, or the nicest to hold (LV1 is exception) PE has done their best to design a fool proof, low maintenance, always shoot when you pull the trigger marker.
Edited by Eskimo, 15 July 2013 - 09:10 AM.