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ProvenCocker Friday, October 7th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Mini Orracle body
03 Prostock Body
04 Prostock body
Aim Body
Marker Setup: Red/Black FreeFlow Rhythm Body, mQ valve(w00t), Red E2, Red Nexus Ram, Black D.A.R.T lpr, 2 black eclipse qevs, Cp Shorty Red, Cp micro drop, 2k5 Cp on/off, Kapp Twisted Cockin Rod, FreeFlow Beavertail, Slik Edge 3 Bolt, Slik Pullpin, Eclipse Fangz Detent, FreeFlow Pump Arm, New Style Kaner Kit, Ripped White Empire B, MacDev LA 45/45,
Strengths: -LOOKS
-Weight
-Feel
-Anno
Weaknesses: - No more Life Time warranty, FreeFlow closed :(
Review: Well when I first got this body i was blown out of the water because of the high quality that it was made with. I mean the Milling the annodizing, everything just was PERFECT! The body was Hella light and i Couldn't be any happier with any other body, You definetly need to get one!
Conclusion: Best full-size body out there, too bad there not f/s any more!
If u can get your hands on one, DO IT!
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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