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crispydude429 Monday, November 1st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
I dont quite think a blade counts since they're like $25 but, yeah ive tried those
Marker Setup: PGP, old school style, nothin' but
if a holster counts as an upgrade then yeah pick up one of those, they come in handy
same deal as above for tubes, you dont wanna look like a retard loading paint by hand or with a hopper, and you'd probably get shot alot too
Strengths: Reliability: never breaks
Cost: like $100CDN
Weight: well balanced
Weaknesses: None
Review: Great gun for beginners, and advanced players who dont need 25 BPS to be a useful player.
Let me emphesize one thing here: this is a stock class marker, and as such, should be used for stock play. It probably shouldnt be used as a sidearm because some of you semi players might forget to rock and cock (i sincerely hope not). The 2001 PGP has corrected pretty much all of the disadvantages that the previous ones had, like the comment about the spring between the 2 steel balls somewhere on this page, its been corrected (quite cleverly i might add) and unless you shortstroke it (you'll do it a couple times before you get used to the gun, but it only takes a game or 2) or your FPS is too high, its tough to break a ball with this gun (as far as i know the bolt doesnt even slam into the ball, which eliminates the possability of breaking it)
Conclusion: Good for beginners or tourney players who shot their money by shooting a case every other game away but still want to play paintball

GO PAG! (you're welcome Dale)
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, November 1st, 2004 at 9:05 pm PST

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