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Emerald Wolf Sunday, January 23rd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Less than a month
Products Used:
Brass Eagle Talon
ACI Hornet
Zap 200
Marker Setup: Aci Hornet W/ 16" Tru Flite barrel , 12 oz CO2, and Daisy Day Glo Point Site
C/A (maybe)
Wooden grips (Personal preference)
Back velocity adjuster (handy)
Lighter bolt detent spring
Strengths: Hefty feeling
Very easy on the air (I got 35 shots on a 12g.)
Weaknesses: Dissasembly for cleaning requires tools

stock bolt detent is a little stiff

Review: I got my PGP around 3 weeks ago. In two words, IT ROCKS. I took it to the field to use as a back up gun. It worked very well. I was wearing a duck hunting jacket because of the large pockets and the bandolier webs (12 grams are roughly the same size as a 16 /20 guage shotgun shell). I ened up sticking the PGP in my inside pocket. It ended up getting quite a bit of dirt in it, but shot fine. Th only accuracy trouble I noticed was balls veering after about 15-20 feet. Mine seems to have the commom problem of over spray in the barrel, so I think a polish job is in order.
Conclusion: I wouldn't trade it for anything.
10 out of 10

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