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{o(-_-)o} Wednesday, March 23rd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
2 years
Products Used:
CP products
Check it products
Marker Setup: black to cobalt dm4 with red chrome accessories.
musashi 3 / odin chip
68/4500 lp tank
techna trigger
empire reloader b
dm5 twist feed neck
long aka sidewinder
push button on and off air
Strengths: Looks great.
Weaknesses: On and off push button.
Review: the push buton on and off is a great idea, but kind of poorly executed. its so big and flares out of the body so much that i while playing it can easily be pushed to the off position. those few seconds of trying to figure out why your marker stopped shooting can mean someone taking you out.

I see it as a design flaw. Looking and comparing it to my friends hybrid push button on and off, i would have gladly payed the extra $ to have a better made product.

It looks great, but the performance doesnt do it justice. If you look at hybrid, there on and off push button is alot smaller and is less of a problem of getting pushed in while diving, or sliding in a game
Conclusion: Looks: A+
Functionality: D-
I would really take into consideration the problem in the push button design before buying.
5 out of 10

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