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Biochemlab Saturday, August 14th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
2 years
Products Used:
stock blocks, P blocks, whatever - they are all metal and WAY heavier
Marker Setup: 2K3 Outkast, Orry 3way, nexus ram, tickler, Kritical Mass Bolt (only prototype in existence!! - has no pin detent), Feather block, aluminum pump arm, 3d's delrin pull pin, man... forget it, it's a tricked out mech.
Strengths: Very Light, Increases Cycle Speed noticeably. Durable
Weaknesses: What weaknesses?
Review: I have had the opportunity to talk to the man behind 3d's a number of times. I also tested one of the first feather blocks before they were for sale. I personally know that his product is exceptional. I put it through testing, not use. That means I did stuff like screw it too far in to my pump arm and beat the heck out of it against the body a couple 1,000 times.

This is a great upgrade if you are looking to lighten your cocking mass and increase your cycle speed. Get a delrin bolt first though... Which I also reccomend using one of 3d's bolts.

Conclusion: Buy it after the delrin bolt. Get your cycle speed up. This is even more important on E-cockers.
9 out of 10

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