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Patrick_Spears Friday, June 25th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
More than 5 years2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Winchester Laredo
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 Custom (Silver) With Reactive Trigger (Modified to 35 BPS), Car-Stock (Adjustable), lighter trigger spring, 5x scope and custom cut grip

Piranha 2K3 E-Force Pro (Black)

PGP Pump-Action Pistol with magazine extention (Mine can hold 20), custom sight, quick change C02 valve, custom stock, rear velocity adjuster, custom camo paint job, extended barrel and lightened trigger pull (when cocked). (Sheridan)

PT Enforcer Semo-Automatic Pistol with custom scope mount (Has 4x Scope), bottom line adapter, custom gravity feeding magazine (Original magazine with upward tube) , Stock and silver paint job (32 Degrees?)
Quick Change C02 Adapters
Quick Change Ammo Pods
Strengths: Durable and compact
Weaknesses: Heavy, pump difficutly
Review: I would say this gun is quite a good little piece. It may like like crap, but when you get used to it, you'll love it as much as a hot @$$ girl. I have had it for many years without any major problems to deal with. It's a great back-up marker as well as a great woods gun. Even so, I carry it as my 1st back-up pistol in a speedball game. It's accurate, good C02 shot usage (I get about 40-50 shots per 12 gram) and I also like it's easy to feed magazine.
Conclusion: Buy it! It's a great starter/back-up/woods gun. The problem is, the newer models aren't as good as the old school model (I have this one). But if you manage to come upon an older model, it's usually $60-$80.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Mr.McFlopypants Monday, May 9th, 2005 | 3:27 pm PST
I took apart my PGP and pulled the two ball bearing out that held the bolt. and now it slides nicely, i can shoot it alot faster.

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