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babybear Monday, August 22nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
none
Marker Setup: A5, RT, 12" tippmann werks barrel
Strengths: Not electronic
Able to get full auto
Weaknesses: none I see
Review: I bought this off my friend for $30 because he upgraded to the E-grip. installation took less than 15min. I had no problem setting it and finding the sweet spot for full auto, it took me maybe 5 min. It was easy to install. The only problem that I kinda have with it is that the scerw that you use to adjust the rate of fire is really really easy to turn so if you are not careful you will have to set again. That can be easily solved by putting a small piece of duct or electrical tape ovet the screw.

As for the gas hog thing I don't really see it at all. I am trigger happy person too. I have a 20oz tank and that last me when we play. Like I said I am a trigger happy person. I will not hesitate to paint your area up. I have always ran ouit of balls for the games before i run out of CO2.

Another good thing is that it is not electronic meaning when it was raining the other day my friend with the E-grip wasn't going to play unless it stopped or he got a bag for the grip of his gun. Don't get me wrong I rerspect the E-Grip I have seen what it can do and it is impressive. But it can't do is get wet.

I have heard concerns about the hoses that can get caught on things and pop off. well the hoses don't come off that easily. I played in thick brush and I have belly crawled on the ground draggin it along and I have not had a hose come off.
Conclusion: If you are a real woodsballer that plays in rain , sleet, or snow looking for that full auto experience and not a hole in your pocket get the Response Trigger. I have found it on line for as low as $55. This is one upgrade that I reccomend.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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