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haniousman12 Wednesday, August 10th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
3 years
Products Used:
all sorts of 'cockers and i really do not like them but this one is by far the best one that ive ever tested
Marker Setup: SP Black ION
NDZ lo rise feedneck
NDZ blade trigger
NDZ detents
SP rail drop
CP on/off ASA
Strengths: Small
the bolt is half the size
Good coustomer service
could use a smaller feedneck
Weaknesses: The kick (but you can get use to it)
Review: i only tested this marker at the XPSL event in corona CA. the owner and i went over to the chrono booth with the marker and there was a group of guys there who where chronoing their DM5's and martixes and he handed me the marker and i was hitting the cross peice everytime and they all looked up and said "what is that" the owner ha a great smile on his face and i was like "holy crap this gun is fast" i had fun shooting it. i do not like cockers becayse there bulky, they have alot of kick, and i just not a fan. the Raceguns are small, not long at all, and the kick is not as bad as some of the others.
Conclusion: I would reccomend this marker to anyone who wants a cocker and still wants a small marker.
9 out of 10

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