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knightedwarrior Friday, July 23rd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Marker Setup: A-5 w/ RT,flatline,16"armson stealth,bipod,2X trigger,palmer stabilizer w/ gauge,macroline,lapco longforegrip, ASR-1 raised sight rail W/ lapco offset sight mount W/ BSA 30mm red dot sight & 16-24X50mm scope,redhot powertube & superflybolt, tactical harness vest w/6+1w/ remote, M4 collapsable stock, A-5 sling
Strengths: Very durable
Easy to install
A convienant carry handle
Looks cool
Weaknesses: None with my setup but possible hopper interference with others
Review: This is an excellent product when used right. 1) you can use the sight rail on top to add a sight of choice and use a low profile lid for the cyclone and go sniper style. or my set up 2) I installed the ASR-1 and then mounted a Lapco offset sight rail onto it (trust me on this one, it looks nice) the larger picatinny rail (or 5/8 or weaver whatever you want to call it) is now on the side of the ASR-1 rail and perfectly eye level for the user with a stock. I use a BSA 30mm red dot with it and a flatline barrel or a 16"armson stealth with a bidpod and with good placement and a little patience, everyone there will walk out with your paint on them. on the lapco rail, there is a 45 degree 3/8 mount and I added a large 16-24X50mm scope with illuminated sights and not only is the look of the scope and the red dot phenomenal, it clears the hopper and the stock sights, and it is definitely a great scouting tool. I also added a night vision scope for night games and it definitely marked many people. The look puts the intimidation factor off the scales and the practicality is also a major plus. This earned me the nickname "Predator" at my field and has never let me down. I have taken shots directly to the ASR-1 and lapco and there is not a scratch on them. Very sturdy and worth the money.
Conclusion: With an offset sight rail and a good sight, this is one of the best innovations in accuracy. Definitely get one and take down the spray and prey and save money on paint by hitting your target with the first shot. Sturdy, practical, and tactical; what elso do you need?
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, July 24th, 2004 at 9:19 pm PST
 

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