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hokiescout Thursday, February 9th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Stiffi Switch
Marker Setup: '05 Angel Speed (Black/Red Fade)
Evo II Z-boarded
Hybrid MDF
Hybrid Grind on/off
SM-1 Orbium 3 Barrel Kit
Crossfire 68/45 LP tank

Any, it's a kit. Evil/Chronic/ dont wanna run crap through a kit this nice
Strengths: Great Machining
Great Anno/looks
Nice Case
3 tips 12", 14" and 16"
Weaknesses: Cost
Review: I got the FMA SM-1 Orbium 3 kit from Bob Moon at Fix My Angel. This custom kit is amazing. Its annoed to match the WDP finishes, and comes in a hard custom case w/dense foam padding. The 3 tips12", 14" and 16" and four backs make for all the barrels you'll ever need out on the field, no matter what position you're playing. The 4 inserts .684, .689, .693 and .695 have matched up pretty well with what i've shot here in the last couple weeks. Havent had a chop in it yet so i dont know how it clears itself, but the porting looks great for it.
Conclusion: If you can afford it buy this kit, It looks awesome and shoots even better
10 out of 10

Review Comments
RickLiebespach Friday, March 2nd, 2007 | 5:18 pm PST
It would be nice to know about range and accuracy.
Do you have any numbers on spread at various distances?

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