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Old December 15th, 2012, 03:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dangerous Power G-5


My new DP G-5 so here it is enjoy.
MSRP 329.00

DP Engineering continues to strive for the exceptional design, combined with the standards of today's players. DP's years of experience in craftsmanship & intricate design brings forth a high quality marker, loaded with features such as the Stinger Frame, Wave Trigger, Subsonic Bolt Engine, & Riptide Regulator. DP is proud to proclaim the intricacy in design, simplified by Engineering, the all new G5. Staying ahead of the curve.

Low-Pressure Stinger Frame: The G5's Unibody Frame, Milled from high-grade Aluminum, houses the Inline reinforced hose-free design. The Stinger Frame includes an improved reinforced frame-structure to accurately fit frame-to-body. Cutting edge technology, stamped with ingenuity.

In-line Pressure Frame, hose-free design New Style Frame, Slim & Beveled contour Improved reinforced frame structure to accurately fit frame to body.

Aggressive Trigger Guard & Frame Riptide Regulator: The Engineer's of DP invigorates the Riptide Regulator. A superior design, the Riptide Regulator's Internal components are compact, durable, and light weight. The Riptide Regulator utilizes the riptide technology & is comprised of only a 7 stationary O-ring Build.

Compact & Durable Components Light weight OPR Internals Riptide Technology Operation 7 O-Ring System Regulation System Subsonic Bolt Engine: The G5's Subsonic Bolt Engine high performance is combined with a high efficiency. Redefined Bolt & Backcap components generating a fluid motion during bolt-actuation with a low pressure operation of 200 PSI. DP's Patented Dump-Valve is supported by ingeneously designed breech, generating Anti-Bolt Stick Motion.

Redefined Bolt & Back Cap components Low pressure Operation: 200PSI - Efficient by DP's Standards Ported bolt for pressure through bolt Patent Dump-Valve Design supported with ingenious breach design to generate anti-bolt stick motion.

Innovative DP Style Clamping Feedneck: DP Engineers continue to reinvent & improve technologies, such as the Low-Profile Patented Clamping Feedneck. Improved qualities such as a cushioned lever lock, reducing wear. (U.S. Patent - US7252080B2) Low-Profile Patent Clamping Feedneck Cushioned Lever Lock, reducing wear New Locking Nut for increased grip

Wave Trigger: The G5's Innovative Wave Trigger is fully milled & constructed with dual bearings & critical pivoting motion. The breakaway magnet is assisted with a compression spring, fit for high performance. The Wave Trigger allows fine tuning for increased trigger sensitivity on a 3-Axis adjustment plane. This adjustable plane also grants a, "Zero" side play for extreme comfort & high performance.

Full Aluminum Milled Trigger - precise & accurate Magnet Break Away System with Spring assist & return Balanced Trigger, 3-axis adjustment Dual Bearing Trigger system Extreme Trigger Pivot for "Zero" side-play


Length: 19.4inches / 493.4mm Height: 7.9inches / 202.9mm Weight: 820g / 1.8lbs (w/ battery) Operating Pressure: 200psi/280fps
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Old December 15th, 2012, 03:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You bought the new g-5 or are you just saying you want to buy it
Nothing compares to playing pump or with a older marker
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Old December 15th, 2012, 03:30 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Bought it, It's very light weight and I like it better than my Dp Fx.
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Old December 16th, 2012, 01:11 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Post some images, and have you fired it yet? Tell us how it feels...
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Old December 16th, 2012, 01:34 PM   #5 (permalink)
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oh man, people buy these things? didn't the g3 and g4 have enough issues to make people wary?
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Old December 16th, 2012, 04:55 PM   #6 (permalink)
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The price is low enough some people are willing to take the chance. Personally never would myself after having seen all the issues I've seen with the G series.
Yes, I have long since accepted that I have issues, with that said, here's:
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Old December 16th, 2012, 10:34 PM   #7 (permalink)
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i agree, i would take an FX over them for sure, no offense to your purchase, but for $329 you could have done better. but since you have it, enjoy it

i feel like the G4 game out like 6 months ago, is DP really getting tired of each one this fast and just stamping the next number on the same design to boost sales?

also, when the G6 comes out will it be "like a G6"?
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