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enjoy_yo_self Tuesday, July 6th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
I suppose other cockers although the series 5 is nothing like your average budd.
Marker Setup: series 5 chipley, 12v revy, crossfire 88/45, 14" cp classic
nothing at all, only reason i swapped barrels is because i prefer a 14" tube. "stock" 12" piece shoots great.
Strengths: Fast, i doubt i'll blade it, accurate as hell, gas stingy, and consistant.
Weaknesses: My sources say nothing...yup, nothin' at all.
Review: This gun has got to be #1 on the best buys in paintball list. 6 years ago this thing would have cost twice if not three times as much but thanks to e-everything, mechs have gotten way cheaper. Enter chipley custom machine. These mugs have the midas touch believe you me. Everything they make is top freekin' shelf and the modest series 5 is nothing short of testament to that fact. They're (ccm) also in no danger of becoming the latest addition to the paintball nazi's list so you don't have to make excuses to buy there stuff. I like the looks of the thing but i've always chosen function over fashion. I love my series 5, but don't buy one, i'd hate to chance playing someone with a gun as good as mine!
Conclusion: Pet it...Stroke it...Name it George. This thing rips.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Psycho_warden Tuesday, February 1st, 2005 | 8:33 pm PST
That was an...interesting review, but somehow, creepily informative.

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