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PirahnaG3CS Tuesday, July 6th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months6 of 7 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Pirahna G3 Core
Marker Setup: Avalon Commando 3
12v Electronic Hopper
16" Armson Stealth Barrel
Electronic Hopper
New Barrel
Remote Coil
Strengths: -Accurate
-Good range
-Doesnt hog up much co2
Weaknesses: -Needs alot of care
-Screws need to be tightened before games
Review: Overall this gun is great. It competes well with spyders and tippmans, etc. The gun is very accurate and has good range. A little heavy, so i recommend a remote coil. The gun does do alot of chopping if you have a reg. hopper. But once you get an elect. hopper it does just fine. It can get you out of many dog fights, without the worry of a o-ring busting, or a ball chopping, etc. The shoulder stock makes it a little hard to maneuver around with so its best to use it for woodsball. The bolt needs to be nicely oiled because it will get all scratched up from rubbing up against the insides of the gun. Screws sometimes become loose but as long as u tighten them up after games you'll be fine.
Conclusion: This gun is great and i recommend it for any woodsball player.
9 out of 10

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