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Joshy0077 Monday, May 3rd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock cocker bodies, evo-x bodies, nightkast body
Marker Setup: Worr bladed AIM 21 eagle body (black to blue fade), black clamp feed, eclipse supercharger valve, evil snatch super tail, eclipse nexus ram w/ QEVs, eclipse DART bolt, Outkast Reg, Ergo Reg, CP flame drop, 14" freak set, 68/4500 max-flow
Strengths: Amazing looking, clean cut, nice annodizing, everything fits well.
Weaknesses: The material its made out of.
Review: This is a great body, especially for the price. However, due to the material it's made out of(Solid 6061 aluminum), its a little bit flimsy. I stripped a screw no problem when putting my eblade on it. When searching the internet for an aftermarket body, AIM is certainly a great place to go, however, when you compare it to Free-flows, FBMs, and powerlytes, you need to realize that the materials used are different. A $500 lotus body is that much because it is made out of higher quality material, not necessarily because of the milling or annodizing. But, don't be scared to spend your money at AIM. I'm very satisfied with the product which I purchased, the milling and annodizing on it are flawless. I bought mine on ebay for $189, then, through customer support got a clamping feed neck, hinge trigger frame (to build another gun) and new cocking rod for only $45 more. I highly recommend this company and ensure you that you will get a very nice product if you go through AIM.
Conclusion: Make sure that when you purchase a body through AIM you get in contact with them ASAP and tell them exactly what you want. They had no problem doing the annodizing I wanted, and adding other parts. They drilled and tapped my eblade holes for no extra cost, and it only took a few extra days. Take it from a veteran, this is a fine place to go.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
cutomcocker1 Monday, June 7th, 2004 | 7:56 pm PST
i don't get it...everyone uses 6061 billets for bodies...whats different about aim?...
   

cutomcocker1 Friday, August 20th, 2004 | 6:21 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by cutomcocker1
i don't get it...everyone uses 6061 billets for bodies...whats different about aim?...

hey...i was about to say that...copycat...

oh well...i do believe everyone uses 6061...
   

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