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IronCorps Sunday, January 1st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Nearly everything.
Marker Setup: Icon T PDS, Reloader B, 72/3k, rest is classified ; )
Boss bolt, tboard, reg, barrel.
Strengths: Low cost. Uber light trigger pull.
Weaknesses: Twelve bps cap.
Review: Even after almost 3 years of use, my fishy is still in tip top shape. The bolt is a very tight fitting one for a stock bolt. The board is capped at 12bps, which only leaves you craving more. I plan on buying a tboard for my fishy before march of this year. Walking the trigger is really useless since i can walk around 15-16bps, so the board will skip shots like nobody's buisness. The grip is very compfy, and doesnt need stickies or anything like that. It came with a rechargable 8.6vlt battery, which is still in service today. Few hours to charge, get maybe 10,000 shots from it.

The recoil on 6 and 8 round burst, as well as full auto is very bad. The shots will spread out quite a bit as the big heavy internals are flying around and knock your aim off.

The feedneck is solid metal-not adjustable. Welded on. How dumb.
Conclusion: Great begginers electronic marker. Great customer support. And you can get them for under $80.
8 out of 10

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