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Jeff the Cheff Tuesday, June 28th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
bko, b2k4 pds
Marker Setup: 04 Bonebrake Bushmaster
ss freak
68/45 crossfire
egg2 w/ z-board
Recommended
Upgrades:
none, except a fast loader!
Strengths: Light, fast, accurate
Weaknesses: The r-4 ram mod does not seem to make the marker more air efficient
Review: i got this gun about a month ago and its the first bushy ive ever owned. when i got it i had a little trouble w/ the solenoid but when i fixed that the gun ripped. I love how the chaos board is completely programmable, this means max rate of fire w/ eyes on and off, debounce, eye delay, and more.this gun can easily, and i mean easily, keep up with dm4's and other guns. i can easily get this up to 20bps. very accurate light, good frontman gun especially if ur gonna be playing the snake alot. another great thing is alot of people ask about the gun because they're pretty rare.
Conclusion: Get this gun if your gun be playing in speedball, fast, accurate, light, no chops
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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