Dye Proto Rize Review- Precision and Maxxed Tested

8.3
PB Guy Rating

Both the Proto Rize Precision and Maxxed deliver as excellent mid-range paintball guns. Both are extremely reliable, but we actually think the precision comes at better value for money.

The Precision

Dye Proto Rize - Precision
  • Patented UL hourglass trigger frame with electronic operation and 4 tournament firing modes.
  • Patented self-cleaning DYE M2 Eye Pipe with integrated ball detents.
  • Famous, industry leading trademarked DYE Sticky Grips.

Last update on 2019-06-13 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

The Maxxed

Dye Proto Rize - Maxxed
  • DYE'S RIZE MAXXED is packed with features normally only found on high end markers.
  • Feature loaded with the Precision True Bore Proto 2 piece 14 barrel, proven Hyper 3 regulator, DYE UL on/off airport, DYE Lockdown cam...
  • Additionally, the Rize MaXXed is comfortable, accurate and easy to shoot fragile paint.

Last update on 2019-06-13 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

The Review

The DYE Proto Rize paintball gun is one hell of a marker for the price.  The DYE comes with a unique feature called the Rize Fusion Bolt.  This patented piece of shooting technology will allow you to fire paintballs at speeds that no other gun at this price point can.

Also, the Proto Rize has a custom adjustable trigger made of aluminum – making it even easier to fire off more balls per minute. The tactical advantages don’t end there – the Proto Rize’s accuracy is also top-notch.

Don’t you hate when your paintballs break before you even get to fire them?  You don’t have to worry with the Proto Rize – this gun comes stock with anti-chop eyes so you never have to worry about a ball breaking in your gun again. At 4 pounds the gun isn’t the lightest available but it shouldn’t slow you down either. 

DYE’S RIZE is packed with performance features not found on entry level markers. The newly designed features:

  • Patented Rize Fusion bolt
  • Precision
  • True Bore Proto 1piece barrel
  • Hyper 3 regulator, newly redesigned
  • Dye RAMP solenoid
  • Adjustable aluminum trigger

The main difference between the Precision and Maxxed models is mainly the 2-piece barrel, giving you longer range if needed.

Also the clamping feed-neck on the Maxxed is a lot more convenient, but most people wont need to change their hopper during a session.

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So what does this translate to for the real-world user? Well, the Dye Ramp Solenoid feed neck, together with the Hyper 3 regulator gives the Rize the performance of a high-end marker. These two technologies work together to make the gun jam less frequently.

Perhaps my favorite feature of the gun is its new I-pipe, the previous versions of the Proto did not have this, and it’s a great addition.

The DYE Proto comes standard with a one-year warranty so you don’t have to worry if something breaks.

That being said you shouldn’t worry as this marker has been built to incredibly high standards.  This paintball gun is ideal for someone looking to get serious about competition paintball but isn’t ready to shell out the big bucks just yet. 

Get this gun if you’re looking for affordable quality, reliability andperformance.

And when it comes to which one we recommend…

Dye Proto Rize - Precision
  • Patented UL hourglass trigger frame with electronic operation and 4 tournament firing modes.
  • Patented self-cleaning DYE M2 Eye Pipe with integrated ball detents.
  • Famous, industry leading trademarked DYE Sticky Grips.

Last update on 2019-06-13 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

The Breakdown


Accuracy
9
Range
8
Weight
7
Noise
8
Durability
10
Price
8



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