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systronic Thursday, July 14th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Stock Pneumatics, 2002 WGP Autococker
Marker Setup: 2002 WGP Vertical Feed Autococker.
AIM Front Pneumatic Kit.
Extreme Rage Roller Trigger Kit (slide trigger).
12inch Smart Parts All-American Barrel.
Strengths: Easy Install.
Good Aesthetics.
Already Assembled.
Great Performance.
Weaknesses: Hard to find any. None evident as of yet.
Review: Purchased my cocker about 5 days ago on ebay for 140 bucks. I knew it would have problems. Many seals and springs where bad. Turns out SOMETHING on the front block was no good. I said screw it and just bought the AIM kit. Popped the sucker on, guestimated on my timing, and BAM. Fired right up. Looks great too. Ram has nice cycle rate, and threeway functions beautifully. no leaks either. Flat front block bolt makes for easy and sleek install. Comes with hoses (although set up for hinge trigger, which is good for must modern cocker users. i have my gun setup for woods ball. not accuracy in volume.)
if youre having pneumatics problems, or you just need an upgrade from the crap stock front block, this is the way to go. its cheap, and extremely effective.
Conclusion: BUY IT. You cant go wrong. I payed 42 dollars on Ebay for the whole kit.
Cheap upgrade for those of us not looking for a 25 balls per second tourney gun.
10 out of 10

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