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RynoReigns Wednesday, May 19th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
W.A.S. and sob but there not even compairable
Marker Setup: Classic timmy / entropy with bounce 1 / wicked switch / dual front (but soon to be single)
Dragon trigger / wgp shortie inline reg / w.a.s. eyes / ironman eye covers / Hydra delron bolt / 03 style longshot barrel / high flow barbs / lpr moded / STC techna trigger /
crossfire 77/45 low stubby / blue halo
Strengths: board is nucking futs. absolutely insane. buy this board before you buy was.
Weaknesses: not a single thing
Review: this board is super easy to use. turn your gun on and the eyes are on and the gun will not fire without a ball in the breech but if your in a store and you want to show off like he said just hold the trigger down for 5 secs and release. This board is my favorite board yet and ive used W.a.s / Sob / frenzy / i just love this thing. nice job vapor works.
Conclusion: get this before was........i had some probs with my noid with THE WAS
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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