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fossilhead Tuesday, March 15th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Various autocockers, Mags, Angels.
Marker Setup: 2004 PPS Blazer, 2x45-frame with blade trigger, dual vented 12 pps brass barrel, PPS slider sleeve, dual Stabilizer regulators, Lapco stock, 16 ounce anti-syphon Co2 with on-off
From the base Blazer I recommend the 45 frame blade frame
Vented barrel
Matched barrel
PPS Stabilizer
If you are running Co2 use an anti-syphon tank
Using a slider sleeve lets you play tight in all situations
Strengths: Weight, size, accuracy, reliability, solid feel, barrel wedgits, feedneck hopper screws.
Weaknesses: Possibility of ram bushing backing out. (A little blue loctite will fix that.)
Review: I have shot many different markers. Spyders, Autocockers, Automags, Angels, too many markers to mention really. I have found my favorite marker. It is a Palmer's Pursuit Shop Blazer. PPS is about quality. The Blazer is the product of nearly 20 years of fine tuning from the inventor of the first pneumatic gravity fed paintball marker. I was looking at buying yet another autococker and thought "Since I'm going to have to replace all the parts with Palmer parts, I might as well get the Blazer." The best decision ever. PPS doesn't sell hype. Only what works. They have put extensive research and skill into this marker.

I have the dual stabe setup and the consistency of fps on co2 is amazing. +-2fps.

I don't have to buy a barrel kit for it. The barrel wedgits hold the ball in place to get the best blast of air from the valve.

I have a matched barrel. The accuracy is astounding. If an opponent gives me an inch I can tag it.

The trigger is nice. I can put out a good amount of paint with it.

I don't have to buy do-dads and gadgets for it. Every practical add on and upgrade is available through pps. Made and specifically fitted for this marker.

It shoots as fast as I can and it hits everything I want it to. Who could ask for more than that?

I'm thrilled to have a marker that will handle any paint, any time.
I'm thrilled to have a marker I can run Co2 and compressed air on without having to make any changes.

The same allen wrench used for all regulator and velocity adjustments.

Easy maintenance.

Also the best customer service you could ask for.
PPS is still coming up with options for Blazers, pump kits, trigger kits, the Blazer is upgradable, in house, from the people who made it. They only sell what works.
Conclusion: All killa' no filla'
PPS doesn't advertise a lot. They are a custom shop. When you buy from them you are getting a product that will work. Not hype.
If you see someone carrying a Palmer's marker you can bet they know the game.
10 out of 10

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