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SM6 Monday, September 20th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
PBC- works well, though without the proven recharge rate of the mini-trin
AKA soda can- "set it and forget it" is nice, though the one I had was very touchy
Marker Setup: 1) Cobalt Dye LCD: Reloader B, Check it no rise, Evolve bolt, Freak barrel, Sidewinder inline, Mini-trinity LPR, 68/4500 Max flow

2) Black to Red NYX Matrix: Red Reloader B, Image / Evolve bolt, PBC LPR, Sidewinder Inline, CP Roller Trigger, CP Snatch, 04 Max Flow 72/4500

3) Graphite Angel 4 Fly: Stock, same tank as above
Strengths: Consistency and recharge rate (kinda the same thing I guess)
Weaknesses: Locking screw is plastic
Review: Really not much to say about it. I've been using it for over a year now and it's been very consistant and reliable. It's easy to adjust, small, and is very affordable. I shoot 16-18 bps (yes I've shot 18 over the chrono) and there is no drop off, even with long strings of paint. In short, it's been everything I could ask for in a LPR.
Conclusion: This is THE reg I tell people to buy. There are other great regs on the market, but this one works for me.
10 out of 10

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