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Unregistered User Tuesday, November 28th, 2000
Strengths: It's very unique, unlike tippmans and spyders. I've never met anyone else with a thundercat. That should tell you just how popular it is. Anyway, it *can* be accurate and gas efficient, but it can just as easily break down for no apparent reason. You have to really know what you're doing to keep it working. Many people justify this by arguing that you can't get much more for such a low price.
Weaknesses: The gun is annoying to tune up, and the design is outdated. If you're a newbie, you'll find that it's only reliable when the weather's right.
Conclusion: It's a good choice if you want a cheap gun that'll last forever, but don't get it if you're the type who wants to upgrade, bceause this gun has very few after market parts. Lapco makes barrel adapters that will allow thundercat and bushmaster owners to use autococker or sypder barrels, but forget about fancy bolts, a wide selection of triggers, velocity adjusters, full-auto kits, cocking mods, etc...
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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