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hacker947 Sunday, July 17th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Freak,

Not kits: ultralite and regular stiffi
Marker Setup: Red Proto Matrix, Musashi 3, CP Roller Trigger, Stiffi Switch, Redz feedneck, Hybrid on/off
Recommended
Paintballs:
anything that isnt dimmpled real bad
Strengths: Light
Accurate
looks nice
carry pouch
Quiet
Weaknesses: In my mag the backs would get stuck
expensive
Review: well my teamate bought a regular stiffi and i tried that out and was very impressed with it. I went to buy one and saw the switch kit for only 80 more ( i think) so i read a bunch of reviews and decided to try it. I got it a few days later and open it up. I like how it came with a carry case that fit everything in it nice and easy. then i put it on my mag and i didnt tighten the back to the barrel tight enough, so when i took the barrel off the back was tightly attached to my mag body. Now site thought ahead and put holes in the backs so you can stick an allen wrench in the hole to get it off, but the problem with my mag bdy was that the body covered the holes. so after a lot of dry firing it did come out. ( i have had the same thing happen ono my proto but the allen wrench fixed it) I took this barrrel to the field and the first thing was a few people were asking my what it was and howw much and did i like it. it is def. a crowd drawler. with this barrel on my proto it is incredibly quiet . Then on the field (drilling) I was walking my trigger and shooting at a two by four and was consistently hitting it from about 60 feet away. After that moment i was completly sold. Plus with how light it is the marker feels very light. I must say a greeat kit.
Conclusion: Overall i am very happy with my purchase and have yet to use anything like it. In my oppion it was worth every penny. If you buy it you will not look back
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, July 17th, 2005 at 6:35 am PST
 

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