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Dgeorge Saturday, August 13th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
2k2 Timmy
A very upped impulse
Marker Setup: Pics Above^^^
Gold Bonebrake Bushmaster F series
Empire Reloader B
Pmi 70/4500 Blue
Choas 2k4 w/ vlink
CP reg, barrel
Bonebrake internals, bolt, ram.
Zen Valve
Sir Stunna Alots SS harness
CCM feedneck
Silver Zen 15 degree asa
Clear smart parts 45s
CP on/off
Recommended
Upgrades:
LPR be a good upgrade. Somthing that just came out, is the trayless mod, gets rid of that huge tray. Makes it alot more compact and looks alot better. A new ram to reduce kick, and lower operating pressure, and better efficiency.
Strengths: Stock features
Leightweight/Balanced
Fast
Super Easy maintence
Reliable
Weaknesses: Don't like the way the microswitch is held in.
Pretty tall marker
Review: Pros:
Bonebrake are my favorite bushmaster. Come w/ a nice board, sweet anno, clamping feedneck, m and f series come w/ cp regs and barrels. Bonebrakes stronger harness w/ 25gram switch. Bonebrake bolt and ram.

Fast marker, can shoot in the higher teens. I know their capable of upper teens low 20-22s. Definitly easy to throw paint down the field w/ this. Most bonebrake busmasters come w/ Choas board. Some with WAS and predator boards. So stock you get a good deal.

Theres a very decent amount of milling on these bushmasters. There extremely light, but also perfectly balanced w/ my reloader b, and 68/4500 setup. The feel is great. Yet still a very durable/solid feeling marker.

It has a 60 degree grip frame w/ a hump, its really comfortable.

Depending on the version you got.(T,F, and M series) You get cp, regs and barrels. I own the f series so it came w/ both.
Consistent and accurtate, pb hits wherever you aim it.

Stock trigger has microswitch, pull length, and spring tension adjustments. The stock trigger feels pretty good, but definitly recommend installing a magnet mod for the trigger, makes it alot smoother. Other wise triggers feels to stiff w/ the spring, or you can cut some of the spring to make it less stiff.

This is the easest gun I've ever owned to maintane. Just unscrew the ram by hand throw some lube where nessarcy and clean on the breech/bolt area w/ a rag, wipe of bolt and your done.

Cons:
The microswitch was just held in w/ pins that were loose, microswitch would really move around alot messing up my rythim during walking. Microswitch needs to be screwed in, then just kepted in w/ pins.. should have someone mod that or possibly get pins that fit tighter.

Really tall marker, definitly needs a trayless kit for you front players.

Some kick, but not to bad, can be greatly reduced through some upgrades/settings tweaking.

Efficiency is bad stock, but upgrades and tuning can help that.

The bodys milling isn't bad, but you can see the milling marks if you look close.
Conclusion: Overall I give it a 8, the marker is really tall for my taste. Trigger is meh w/ stock spring but is hott w/ magnet. I suggest a upgraded magnet trigger or modding the stock trigger for magnets, or atlreast cutting some of the spring on the stock trigger.
Rating:
8 out of 10Last edited on Friday, November 24th, 2006 at 6:38 pm PST
 

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