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#1 Redsox33bc

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 09:45 AM

I know that the regular g3 doesnt come with psp 3 shot. However the se comes with an upgraded board, does it have 3 shot? Thanks
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Posted 24 March 2009 - 10:10 AM

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 10:27 AM

ok well yes the se gun comes with the upgrades stock board the has psp 3 shot on it and it also has a two piece barrel and upgraded reg with the new piston for 400 bucks. The regualr stock g3 doesnt come with the the piston for the reg or the stock replacemetn board but if you call DP they will give you the piston for free and they will only charge you 35 bucks for the replace ment board so your looking at like 340 for the regualar g3 so 60 bucks cheaper then the se. Unless you like se colors better there sexy glossy

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 02:42 PM

G3 SE - Upgraded Board allowing PSP

Edited by MurphMan, 24 March 2009 - 02:43 PM.


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Posted 24 March 2009 - 02:47 PM

Very nice board all adjusments are made through trigger pulls

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 03:35 PM

Are the regular G3's programmed though the trigger?

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 05:07 PM

No, only the G3 SE is trigger programmed stock out of the box. With the G3, you will have to buy the replacement board that already comes stock in the G3 SE.



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Posted 25 March 2009 - 01:31 AM

Yea, if you get the normal G3... just get the stock replacement board. Then you can program w/trigger and have psp 3 shot.
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Posted 25 March 2009 - 12:17 PM

There are 3 G3 boards offered by Dangerous Power. The stock board (this is what the G3 comes with $0), the stock replacement board (this is what the G3 comes with, $35), and the APE board (nothing comes with this, ~$80). All are drastically different. The stock board uses dip switches through the trigger and doesn't have the modes you need, while the stock replacement board and APE board are adjustable through the trigger and have the tournament modes you need (but the APE board is much more adjustable and has more modes).

From a performance standpoint, there is no real reason to buy the G3 SE. There are only two things on it that increase performance: the barrel and the stock replacement board board. The stock replacement board can be found for $35 off DP's site, and a CP one piece barrel is better than either barrel on the G3 SE or regular G3. If you buy a G3, stock replacement board, and a CP 1-piece barrel, you'll end up with a better marker than a G3 SE for $35 less. Or you could just not get the CP barrel since the stock G3 barrel is fine and end up with a similar performing marker for $65 less. If you're into the whole "special edition" mumbo jumbo, then there's no shame in getting one to feel "special."

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Posted 25 March 2009 - 05:28 PM

There are 3 G3 boards offered by Dangerous Power. The stock board (this is what the G3 comes with $0), the stock replacement board (this is what the G3 comes with, $35), and the APE board (nothing comes with this, ~$80). All are drastically different. The stock board uses dip switches through the trigger and doesn't have the modes you need, while the stock replacement board and APE board are adjustable through the trigger and have the tournament modes you need (but the APE board is much more adjustable and has more modes).

From a performance standpoint, there is no real reason to buy the G3 SE. There are only two things on it that increase performance: the barrel and the stock replacement board board. The stock replacement board can be found for $35 off DP's site, and a CP one piece barrel is better than either barrel on the G3 SE or regular G3. If you buy a G3, stock replacement board, and a CP 1-piece barrel, you'll end up with a better marker than a G3 SE for $35 less. Or you could just not get the CP barrel since the stock G3 barrel is fine and end up with a similar performing marker for $65 less. If you're into the whole "special edition" mumbo jumbo, then there's no shame in getting one to feel "special."


It isn't just special edition mumbo jumbo. It is also better quality, they hand-polish it, better milling, etc. It comes with a lifetime warranty, full set of ball bearing allen keys, better barrel sock, etc. So it is kind of worth the extra $35. You get better stuff inthe box and better quality material.



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Posted 25 March 2009 - 05:59 PM

You don't get better quality material. The internals are all the same. The looks are different, but that's it. It isn't milled any differently, it's just got a polished finish. If a polished finish is worth $35 to you, in my opinion, you're caring too much about looks. Also, if you read the fine print, the "limited lifetime warranty" isn't much better than the other one.

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