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Citizen Kane Thursday, March 16th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
Hybrid Grind on/off
Autococker stock ASA
Marker Setup: 2k4 Freestyle HE kit
Halo with staple mod
Pure energy 48/3000
CCM on/off ASA
Strengths: Heavyer alloy
stronger threads
Straight forward and effective
Two side ports for macro fittings
Weaknesses: A bit heavy
Review: I had just got this in, and bu looking at it...It differs from the picture on the page here. Mine's milled squared and rounded edges with a plastic button on the on/off knob. Kinda weird lookin'...Could add a bit more milling to it...Reducign wheight and giving it more looks.

It's a bit heavy, but it makes up in raw strenght. The threads can, and will hold up to renter abuse. Cleaning is simple, unscrew the knob on the front to take out the one peice knob / pin with a small oring halfway up the pin's shaft. Wipe, rubbing alc petrolium jelly. Done, 15 seconds.

It's a very basic set up, but that's what makes it so strong, not much can go wrong with it. It's like a spool compared to a locker on a truck..If you can understand that. (one has moving parts, other one dosn't...One without moving parts is stronger and not much goes wrong with them)
Conclusion: Great ASA, über basic, nothing can go wrong with it other than an o ring, or the side port 's bolt that may leak air. Fixes if something goes wrong? o-ring or some blue lock tite.

Easy to clean and maintain, easy to trouble shoot. Strong as a bloody tank, and the threads take damage that only a renter, or being dropped 30,000 feet out of a jet can dish out.

Costs an easy $50-$60, but I bet you that much it'll be the last ASA you will ever buy.

Giving it a 10, because looks and how heavy it is does not affect the preformance of your marker.
10 out of 10

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