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optimus_ Saturday, November 27th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
trinity LPR
Marker Setup: gen-e 2k2 LED matrix
20 chip
HALO-b
crossfire 68/4500
PBC LPR
image bolt kit w/ghetto top hat & polished delrin bolt
Strengths: Reliable
Solid construction
Not too big
Lowers pressure to decrease chopping
Weaknesses: Very hard to rebuild
Has to be adjusted along with main pressure
Review: I got this LPR to complete my matrix, which I had bought bone-stock as a project gun. it does just what it's supposed to, which is lower the bolt's operating pressure which, if low enough, will prevent most if not all copping problems.(which are rather frequent at 150psi and 18 bps) it also helps prolong the life of your bolt by taking a lot of strain away from it. (one of the reasons I bought it was that my stock bolt broke from the high pressure and rapid fire)
Conclusion: need an LPR to take your matrix to the max? buy this one, it's cheap, reliable, and not too much of a hassle to work with.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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