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54ogar Monday, April 3rd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 years
4 years
Products Used:
nothign like it shoots better than autococker
Marker Setup: center feed, stab, single triger, delrin bolt, pump and semi
a pump kit makes it so you have a pump and a semi-auto in seconds you can change back and forth.
Strengths: No ram 3 way or rods to bend. No back block slamming around deadly accurate
Weaknesses: Weighs 2 pounds have to have Palmers turn the barrel to fit the blazer
Review: this is by far the best marker i have own and i have gone through allot from spiders to cockers to nerve, impy, timmy, and proto matrix. now i have just a stock one and a e2 ebladed one. most impressive things is the total reliability of the blazer. never fails does well on air and CO2. never have to mess with the timing. you can call palmers pursuit shop and they can walk you through any problem. never had a problem in 3 years. you can have any barrel made into a blazer barrel fo $20 through palmers. there is no front block or 3-way rod or ram to bend. you can buy a pump kit and turn you semi-auto marker into a pump and back in less than a minute. the have stock class tube adaptors. most versatile marker it is like having a 2 in one.
Conclusion: if you want a marker that will last a life time and shoots lazers than the Blazer is for you.
10 out of 10

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