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Unregistered User Sunday, November 19th, 2000
Strengths: This gun definitely looks cool. It also has a good feel when the stock is off. The double trigger is nice, and though the pull is a lot longer than most mainstream guns, it pulls at more of a down angle than most, allowing for easy speedball shooting.
Weaknesses: Most of the major components of this gun seem really cheap. With a MSRP of only $200 dollars, either there is a massive demand on this gun or the parts would have to be cheap. On a decently warm day (50 - 60 degress F) it was shooting all over, and after messing with the velocity for a while longer, it would still not shoot consistently. Most people would need to throw on a drop forward to use the stock comfortably, otherwise it just adds to the length of the gun.
Conclusion: Buy it if you like the feel. I think it is made to compete with upgraded cheap semi-autos like the spyder shutter and such, but the parts are a little too cheap. The included case is nice, but also pretty cheap. Just make sure you try it before you buy it.
Rating:
5 out of 10
 

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