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Pulp Fiction Tuesday, February 8th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Drop forward(For the dovetail)
Marker Setup: Silver 98 Custom
On/Off (32 deg.)
Rail Drop (CP)
Macroline Kit (32 degrees)
Grip (Extreme Rage)
12 volt Revvy(Viewloader)
Expansion Chamber kit (Tippmann kit)
2 20 oz. CO2 Tanks (Compressed Air is coming this summer)
14 in. Lapco Bigshot, 10 CP Classic Barrel, Tippmann Flatline
Rocket Cock (Physcoballistics)
Double Trigger (Physcoballistics)
Strengths: See body review
Weaknesses: See body review
Review: This is a small drop that you can attach your On/Off too. I had a drop forward, but I took it off one day and my gun was really balanced without it (The Dropforward) so I bought this tiny rail drop

Pros-
Not too expensive
I got stickers with this
Made by Custom Products

Weaknesses-
The screws take a pretty small Allen wrench(I had to borrow one)
Nothing, this is an Inexpensive, Quality product.

Conclusion: Go buy this, it is a great buy.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, February 21st, 2005 at 11:45 am PST
 

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