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Unregistered User Thursday, May 10th, 2001
Strengths: I have a 2000 F4 illustrator that I've had for about three months now, and so far no problem. Its light weight, the price is great for under $300.00, it looks good, semi-light trigger pull, and has a decent ROF.

My F4 has on it as of now:
12" Dye Aluminum Barrel
Venturi Bolt
Sub-Zero expansion chamber
Black Dye Sticky Grips

Shoots EXTREMLY well with accuracy, and I bought it all over ebay for $155.00
Weaknesses: Not too much to say here. Just made some minor adjustments like getting a venturi bolt, and a Dye Aluminum Barrel (Not that I needed it over the sub-zero, there is little difference between the two)
Conclusion: I would recommend this gun for all the following reasons:

Its reliable
Under $300.00
Light weight
Feels comfortable
Fairly easy to field strip
Easy to maintain
Easy to modify
Shoots with accuracy
Balanced well (Alot due to expansion chamber)
Looks good
Parts are easy to get (Parts are fairly inexpensive)

It's just a great gun to have, and by the way, ive owned a Model 98, Spyder, and a few other guns and this is by far the best gun I've owned.
10 out of 10

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