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Pulp Fiction Monday, April 11th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
32 Degrees On/Off (It is horrible compared to this On/Off)
Marker Setup: Silver 98 Custom
On/Off (CP)
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 On/Off is beautiful, it has a smaller profiler than the 32 Degrees. The 32 Degrees one had horrible problems, i.e. The pin on the inside can come unscrewed in you unscrew it too far (You don't have to worry about this with the CP,) the Shape is abig Cylinder.

The Strengths-
1. The shape is a lot sleeker than the 32 Deg. On/Off
2. This baby only takes 1.5 turns to turn off your Air source
3. Price, you get what you paid for.

The Negatives-
1. Nothing

This is a very quality On/Off. Buy this over a 32 Degrees On/Off
Conclusion: Buy this On/Off, it is worth it. Another fine CP product.
10 out of 10

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