Dye DM14 2014 DM Paintball Marker
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The DM-14 represents over ten years of paintball marker evolution. Our customers and athletes demanded perfection, so that‰Ûªs what we strived for in all our design decisions. Revamped and rebooted, the DM-14 is smaller and more air efficient than previous incarnations of the DM, with a streamlined design, nearly half an inch shorter than the DM-13. It is also easier to clean and maintain than ever before. When you take the feld you can be sure DYE has spared no expense in putting pure performance in your hands, as the DM-14 has been born again hard.
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The macroless approach was welcomed. When I would try my DM12 after using the DM14, it was easy to tell the difference.
However, there are a couple drawbacks, which is the reason for the reduction to four stars. First, a minor one -- the grip is a pain to get off, now. The sticky grips were always a little harder to get off than the competition. But, they're suck good grips, it was worth it. This one is a real pain to get off. It's like the holes aren't aligned properly and the inserts are too long. Maybe they were worried about the inserts wearing out. I guess one way to think you're addressing that is to make them so hard to take off that no one does. Grr.
My main beef is getting the bolt out. In previous models, having the magnetic tool-less removal was really nice. Yes, some had issues with the magnet not sticking well enough (I had that myself from time to time). That was much preferable to the current approach. Now, it's very difficult to get out. One has to use a wooden dowel (NOT suggested, could ruin the seat) or air up the gun, possibly fire, and then attempt it again. It's still difficult even then. Many others have complained of the same thing. Definitely a bad design. Unfortunately, I'm having the same problem with my DM15, now. Apparently the customers don't matter as much as they used to.
I haven't played for a long time and just started to get back into this and this is a great marker to use either woodsball or speedball.
* Easy to clean and care for
* Bolt comes out super easy and I have already cleaned and lubed it once
* Lightweight and just really easy to use
* Fairly quiet compared to some other markers
* I can't think of any yet but the dye stickers on my marker are missing, which lead me to believe that they come off fairly easily