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soontobecocker Sunday, July 3rd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
E1 and E2
Marker Setup: Black 2k4 cocker
Red eblade
nexus ram with qevs
palmers pursuit microrock lpr


Strengths: Makes your cocker insanely fast. Operates at a low pressure so that it doesnt chop.
Weaknesses: EXSPENSIVE! You have to ship your gun away to have it put on by PGI.
Review: Well i tried it out at my proshop. It was on a black 2k4 Cocker with like a nexus ram. The marker cycled so fast that it stripped the threads where the pump arm meets the ram. I dont like the fact that it can shoot that fast and not have eyes, even though the operating pressure is so low. I didnt like the fact the it had no screen to program your marker with. It makes your gun slightly heavier, but it is noticable.
Conclusion: If you wanna have a cocker thatll be like no one elses then this is the way to go. If your planning on making a custom cocker, then i would do it. The only thing about i dont like it that it costs so much and that you have to send it to PGI to have it put on.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Uziel Gal Monday, July 4th, 2005 | 12:02 am PST
The pump arm stripping the ram threads (or vice versa) is most likely due to the back block being incorrectly adjusted, so that the block was hitting the back of the body.
   

soontobecocker Tuesday, July 12th, 2005 | 11:48 am PST
Actually, thats what i first checked for, because it seemed to be the only viable answer for it to be stripped at first, but it had been set so that there was a tiny gap between the back block and the body. But the threads could have been messed up to begin with, as problems with manufacturing could always occur.
   

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