4 thoughts on “The MacDev Droid”

  1. Wow! Please try to be informed before posting something like this again. Although the Droid is a spool-valve marker (like the Shocker), that’s about where it ends. It’s an entirely different design pretty much all around and gets 1700+ (with fairly reliable reports of 1900-2000) shots off a 68/4500 and I have yet to hear of a Shocker that even comes close to that. And that’s not even considering that MacDev actually has this thing called “Business Ethics.”

  2. I have one and 2 shockers, and frankly it’s very akin to a shocker. The bolt system is different, but if you look at the solenoid, hole line up etc, it’s very similiar. More importantly the performance is very similar.
    As for shot counts, the HE shockers which are now stock, can compete on shot counts. I’m still breaking in the Droid, but the shot count has been around 1500, but not more. I get that from both my shockers off the same fills.
    The whole gas hog thing with shockers was annoying to me because at the same time the DM5 was getting terrible gas efficiency, but no one was whining about it because of the supposed villainy of Smart Parts.

  3. Hey this is John Cabaniss from SC Shatter. We really need a sponsorship. We have been playing for 2 or more years. We play at Paintball Charleston and Physco speedball every weekend. We are entering the CFOA and really need a good sponsorship. These are the people on our team
    —Micheal Zofcak age14 position front marker etek ego
    —John Cabaniss age 14 position mid marker PM6
    —Micky Leport age 14 position back marker 06ego/DM7
    —Harry Murrphy age13 position back marker PMR
    —Matt Dawson age 14 position front marker PMR

    Please e-mail me back at [email protected]

    We really need your alsome sponsor. Thanks from all of us here from SC Shatter

  4. @John, You know how much money I made off of this last week?


    How much do I plan on making this or next week?


    Don’t think it’s my means to be sponsoring anything. Good initiative though.

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