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shawnhu Monday, April 3rd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
WGP Outkast
WGP Vertical Feed
AIM18+ Crow
FreeFlow Lotus
Marker Setup: FreeFlow Rhythm
Planet Eclipse E2
Smart Parts Freak Barrel System
Nexus Ram /w QEVs & Outkast Sledgehammer LPR
Custom Products Shorty Reg
Smart Parts S-Rail
Max-Flo Inline45 LP 68/45
ViewLoader eVLution II Z-Board

Smart Parts Ion
Smart Parts Freak Barrel System
CenterFlag 45/45
Strengths: FreeFlow
Aesthetically pleasing
Style
Light weight
Weaknesses: Weak threads on P block
No customer support
FreeFlow is gone
Review: Pro's
This body is one nice looking body. FreeFlow was known for it's superb honing and excellent milling on their autococker bodies. Combined with their ram and parts, they advertised ball pinching and super low LPR pressures thanks to their arbor honing process. I've got complements on the marker at staging areas as well as on the field. There's really no other body quite like it aside from the Lotus, which is also from FreeFlow. Not to mention it's extremely light as far as autococker bodies go due to the extensive milling and materials used.

Con's
One major flaw about these bodies is the back block. The threads on the block is not as strong as I would have hoped. I've spoken to several people, and they have had similar problems with their FreeFlow P-block threads stripping. Since FreeFlow is no longer in business, it's almost impossible to replace this P-block if it should strip out on you. You would need to get it repaired, or somehow find another one. The other alternative would be to halfblock it and not use the P-block at all.
Conclusion: Overall, it's a great autococker body. I got mine for something around $110, which is a great price for the quality, style, and legendary FreeFlow arbor honing. Even with the issue with the P-block, I don't regret building my marker with a FreeFlow Rhythm body.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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