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gggplaya Friday, March 24th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Check it Unimount, System X Slider on/off, Lucky on/off. System x standard on/off..... The list goes on.
Marker Setup: PE EGO6, cp 2k5 on/off, Vlocity, PMI 68/45
Strengths: Super Easy to turn, no resistance at all.
2k5 model Bleeds, yes
Easy to lube.
Weaknesses: Have to lube every few cases of paint.
Review: This is an awsome on/off. First off, CP is a company that designs their products based on their customers needs. Many reviews here wrote that the on/off didn't bleed. Well CP listened. In 2005 they redesigned their on/off and added a bleed. It's still buttery smooth and easy to turn, but now bleeds your airlines saving you orings and paintballs.

Best part about CP is the price. They offer a great product for the same price as inferior products. My most hated on/off is the Check it Unimount. Yet it is still the most popular mount out there, go figure. It's really hard to turn, and can cause problems of the user not turning it enough to fully depress the tank pin. The CP on/off doesn't have those problems, looks good, and is small.

Also, the stock ASA on my ego put my tank about an inch behind the grip frame. This was at an awkward position for me, i play snake and front. I need manueverability for snap shooting on my hands and knees. So i bought this to add bleed and move my tank forward a little over an inch. With my EGO6 and this, i am unstoppable. I can manuever my gun lightning quick and take out the other snake guy. Move up and take out the rest of the field.

The only competitor i also happen to own is the system X slider on/off. I love this on/off too. It's easy to turn like the CP, degasses and easy to maintain. Only downfall is, it has a dovetail on it, but because of the way it designed. It will only work with dovetails that have screws facing downward to hold it in place. Horizontally opposing force dovetails won't work because they will pull the cage apart and your asa will come out. The ego6 has an integrated dovetail rail which horizontally opposes for force. No mounting holes on it. This is the reason i bought the CP. I've never looked back. It's great.
Conclusion: IMO, if you own a rail already. Don't bother buying any other on/off. This is the one to get. Even if they charged $60 for this on/off. I'd still buy it. It's just that good!

Every customer that has bought one of these, i'm sure is fully satisfied with their purchase using their hard earned money.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, March 24th, 2006 at 11:14 pm PST
 

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