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Xballer92dye Saturday, December 18th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
wgp cockers.-free flow owns wgp
intimidators.
impulse.
shocker
Marker Setup: Rhythm body cocker
All free flow internals
halo b
68/45 tank.
Recommended
Upgrades:
None, if you buy the $1000 cockers. Definitly get an eblade, cp reg, dye ultralite, halo b, if u dont have them.
Strengths: Very accurate, great grouping.
Extremely good are efficiency.
Lifetime warranty
Weaknesses: More kick than other guns.
require a lot of tuning.
Review: I have a 2004 free flow rhythm cocker. It works great, i have eblade, cp reg, cp rail/asa, ultralite, all free flow internals, palmers stb, and qevs. This is a fast gun, i get around 16bps, but im pretty slow. I get around 4,000 shots off a 68/45. My tank isnt low pressure either. This gun is great on paint, and it doesnt chop, it just pinches. Its really accurate, and it has a better grouping than most guns. Its a pretty quit gun,tho that doesnt matter. You can get a really nice one for around $1000. Definitly ask for some extra eyes tho, they break sometimes.
Conclusion: I would buy one of these if you like cockers, but if not, definitly save the money and go for an intimidator, shocker, or nerve or something along those lines, timmies, shockers, dm4'a definitly perform a little better than cockers if your into xball. If you play 10 man nppl, definitly buy one of these especially if your a backman, also, these are great for woodsball if u have a mech free flow cocker. Worth the extra money than other cockers becuase they have free upgrades, and a lifetime warranty, so if it breaks, u get it fixed for free.
Rating:
6 out of 10
 

Review Comments
SpydrCmpct2000 Saturday, December 18th, 2004 | 2:15 pm PST
You said a lot of good things about the gun. You also said very little bad things about it. Why only a 6?
   

papaintballer15 Saturday, December 18th, 2004 | 3:51 pm PST
4k shots off a 68/45? what after 3 fills?
   

Uziel Gal Saturday, December 18th, 2004 | 5:42 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by papaintballer15
4k shots off a 68/45? what after 3 fills?

papaintballer15 is quite correct.

2000 shots from a 68/4500 would be about right, maybe a few more - after all FreeFlow make a great deal of claims about the efficiency of their markers. However, you are not going to get 4000 full power shots from a 68/4500. The only way you would get shot counts like that is if your velocity is set way below 300fps.
   

Anonymouse Monday, January 3rd, 2005 | 7:17 pm PST
I have a shocker, and im definitely looking into one of these "less performers". Shockers and Nervers arent very good. Cockers are the most accurate and with an eblade they can get up just as fast as dm4/5's and matrixes
   

nahthan Saturday, April 30th, 2005 | 12:38 pm PST
Cockers aren't more accurate.
   

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