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MxPxPunkRawkFan Saturday, June 4th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
1 year
Products Used:
98 custom with smart part tear drop, e99 with boomstick, tridad with progressive, shutter with another other stock barrel.
Marker Setup: cross fire 47-3000psi, stock barrel (mistake #1), rev 12 volt hopper
barrel for sure
Strengths: Well it reminded me of the e99 but non elect.
Weaknesses: Kind of large gun
Review: Well i had a gun break, The triad blew a ring so i had to use a friends gun. This gun looked like my dads e99. The gun was good feeling in my hands. the drop foward kept good position in the gun holding stance and it shot gud when testing single balls. wood ball time, went out there looking for the commies and we got shot at. I shot a burst volley at a position and saw paint spray. i get behind a tree and clean out, (note, using blaze). i go and play after the clean and it happens again. SUCK I GET SHOT while cleaning again. well the gun woulndt do well shooting fast
Conclusion: Well i dont know whether or not the barrel would keep the gun from chopping balls inside the gun i mean. I have a elect hopper on
6 out of 10

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