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KingsofKrunk Thursday, July 8th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Stock Angel regulator, AIM68, and Black Magic.
Used Spyder regulator, but does not even compare.
Marker Setup: Angel Eclipse LED
ZIP Chip, Halo B w/ victory board, Dye Boomstick (don't really like), AIM68, bunch of other stuff.
Strengths: Best adjustment around
Locks tight
Quite consistent
Looks good
Fast Recharge
Weaknesses: Could be more consistent
Review: About as good as my AIM68, I will really know how consistent it is at the chrono, which I have yet to test. Two piece body seals very good, many hose attachment points, accepts gauges in two different spots, and my favorite thing is being able to adjust it with the knob on the bottom, makes it very easy. One of the best I have tested, Black Magic might still be better, but it doesn't have the easy adjustment and the gauge port that reads regulated psi, not tank psi like the Black Magic does. A bit expensive, but it came with my gun, and I ended up getting the AIM68 anways. A slightly different grip, which after a couple games I did not even notice.
Conclusion: Rather expensive but one of the better regs I have used. I prefer the AIM68 because it matches my guns milling, and the grip is better, but otherwise shoot bascially the same. For those who are looking for a great upgrade, get a regulator, not an expansion why at
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, July 29th, 2004 at 7:31 am PST

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