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FortySixand2 Saturday, December 25th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
WGP 00' and 03' bodies
Marker Setup: AIM17 Swift Body
WGP Tickler; Belsales 3way; STO RAM
Compulsive Bolt
SP Max Flow
Dye Boom Stick
AIM 6 piece barrel kit
Strengths: Light weight, 340 grams; Clamp Adjustable VF Tube; Relatively CHEAP
Weaknesses: None, for the price.
Review: Body weight: The weight of the AIM body is considerably lighter than the Stock 03' WGP body.
Anodizing: I got the solid black color and it looks pretty sweet.
Milling: The body is very boxy, lots of straight cuts.

The Angel threaded VF is a nice feature that really comes in handy. The body also comes with a 15 degree ASA and matching front block and rear block.
Conclusion: I bought this body off of ebay new from skullpaintball for only $179 and it came with WGP stock internals, WGP Hinge Frame and a six piece AIM barrel kit. This frame was a great upgrade which was really cheap. I'm very happy with the quality and design of the AIM17. If you like that boxy/STO type of style than I would definately recommend picking up one of these bodies. You can definately get one really cheap under $200, which is a bargain.
10 out of 10

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