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Of course the key features that have kept the Ego at the top of its game, such as Opto and Micro switch trigger actuation, are still there.But the heads-up display, GUI, microprocessor, solenoid drive circuit and expansion socket have all seen some major changes.But the real beauty of the design means that the insert can be quickly and easily removed and replaced for any future upgrades that may be developed for this bolt design.Up at the front of the Ego10, below the lightened LPR cap, there is now an additional vent in the main body.
Electronically the Ego10 has also had a complete overhaul.The Zick2, which is an intrinsic part of the pneumatic drive system, is designed to both have a softer initial kick-off on the forward stroke, which helps load the ball more gently and helps minimize bolt-strike breakage of the paintball, but also cushion the system on the return stroke into its rear-stop position.Both these attributes are key to helping achieve the fundamental goals of the Ego10.Every previous Ego has been developed with the express intent of maximizing the cycle speed of the Ego design, speeding up rammer and bolt movement and minimizing pneumatic and electronic delays wherever possible. No longer is the perfect marker the one that will shoot and cycle the fastest.Whilst this has produced arguably the fastest under-and-over poppet paintball marker on the planet, it can equally be argued that the Ego has not been one of the smoothest shooting. Today, more than ever, players want and need to be able to shoot the most fragile paint, with the smoothest shot.