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NickV6909 Sunday, November 7th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
dye, sys x, wgp
-Aim Crow body blck to red
-matching Aim back block
-Aim low rise clamp feed
-stainless steel internals
-Dye ultralite 2 piece 12 inch (black-red)
-Aim inline regulator (black)
-Aim front pneumatic kit (black)
-Aim Battle Axe Trigger Frame (black)
-aim battle axe trigger (red)
-Kapp Drop z3 (black, red on/off knob)
-Aim delrin bolt (black)
Strengths: very adjustable (from outside), great milling (matches Aim bodies)
Weaknesses: I have yet to find any, although ive only had it for a few weeks.
Review: I ordered it off ebay for roughly $60 shipped and it is just great. I love the look of the trigger, i ordered a black frame and then ordered a red trigger so it matches my gun perfectly. The pull is very light and has a really nice feel. Also the milling is perfect for my AIM Crow body. The milling also matches the eagle bodies and maybe the swift ones too. It has an overall great feel and look. Turns a lot of heads.
Conclusion: Great buy, worth every penny.
10 out of 10

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