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Hippiepower Monday, January 30th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
Air America
Macdev the best but i only got to test it :(
Marker Setup: Proto matrix 06 blue/black fade Dye ultralight barrel back 16' stiffi tip Ultralight grip frame Orange bolt Low pressure bolt cap Halo B w/ rip and victory board Eclipse On/Off crossfire 70/45k LP Dye 06 cover
E-grip w/ rampage board in mail JCS trigger DOP RVA Palmer Stabilizer Palmer QEV Shocktech Relocator Bar Dye UL 10" Crossfire 70/45 HP R-5 hopper Dye 06 cover
Strengths: Fast recharge
Price for quality
Weaknesses: Not as light as i hoped..........
Review: I own 2 of these tanks and I love them both. They have an amazing recharge rate (10ms i think) and can keep up with anything (Macdev is 8ms recharge). They are very small and wide which IMO is easier to hold under/prop up against my shoulder. They can be used by a front or mid player. The only thing I didnt like about this tank was that the first time i got one, it was for my A-5. When i picked it up, it felt nearly the same weight as my old 20oz, which was kinda a bummer because the reason i switched to nitro besides all of the other benefits was because the tank was supposed to be ligher.
Conclusion: This is a perfect tank for a mid or front player, it is small and keeps a tight profile for front players, and it is large enough to play mid. Id give it a 9.5 but i cant so it gets a 10.
If you have the money, Id reccomed a MacDev Legionair
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2006 at 3:29 pm PST

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