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4skins23 Saturday, December 31st, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
3 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: stock angel 4 fly graphite/ black fade, angel air, phat barrel kit
Strengths: Lightweight, nice milling.
Weaknesses: Not drilled for eyes. Anno job was not that good of a fade.
Review: I paid $90 on E-bay for the body, it came with the body, all internals frt and rear block and AIM barrel. No trigger frame. Anno job was not that great but for the money not bad.I totally gutted it and put all new CCM internals in it from the get go. The ccm internals are very light weight,rear block and bolt is all delrin. The internals make this gun lighter than my Angel 4 fly! I complimented the gun with a Stiffi carbon fiber barrel kit. I will soon add an E-2 blade to make it fast as well. This is all for my son. I shoot my Angel. I am so impressed with this I may buy another and build another for backup. I was lucky enough to have a friend who knows Autocockers good and taught me much. The only thing I must send away for is to get holes drilled for eyes.Bottom line? Quality product and quality company.
Conclusion: Highly recommended for the price.
9 out of 10

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