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Mattdieter Wednesday, May 12th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
4 years
Products Used:
Angel- a little better, it has a nicer trigger and less recoil.
BKO- a little worse, harder to adjust and is slower
Marker Setup: Bushmaster LCD
- 48/3000 pure headache tank
- 2 piece barrel
- viewloader egg
- homemade drop
- red dye 03 stickies
- blade trigger
I would get a new board and a new regulator
Strengths: -lightweight
-nice stock barrel
Weaknesses: -recoil
-stock board sucks
- stock reg is inconsistant
Review: Although some guns are a little better, this is a great gun for the money. With a new board it fires super fast, and with a new reg it is more consistant. After you buy those two things the only thing left is the recoil. The recoil is by no means intolerable, but it is just something you notice on the field. The gun does not just keep going either, it will recoil up to a certain point and then stay steady. For about $200 put into this gun it is capable of competing with the best.
Conclusion: After you upgrade the bad parts and get used to the recoil it is great. You end up paying about $600 for a upgraded B2K2 and it is just as good as the Timmys, Angels, Matrices, ect...
7 out of 10

Review Comments
toothpastedog Wednesday, May 12th, 2004 | 8:34 pm PST

dienasty123 Thursday, April 14th, 2005 | 6:05 pm PST
no way bushmaster compeate with timmys angles or matrixes. i have a proto matrix and it will kick you bushmaster butt. trust me i had a b2k2 and sold it to buy a matrix. i think you should do the same.

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