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hynes39 Saturday, April 22nd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: r-6 e-force
green bolt
stainless steel braided
reg adaptor
pmi phat pipe 14"
evil universal on/off bottomline
Strengths: Precision design
Easy on/off capabilities
Weaknesses: Needed to be broken in some before effective,

On the heavy side for a asa
Review: I had been looking to buy an on/off bottom line for some time and the evil was availible at my local pro shop so i decided it pick it up.

First impression were good. it looks very nice and has a rail and all monting hardware included with it, i know sometimes with other products you need to buy a rail seperate when you buy a new asa since others don't fit and/or it didn't include one.

it looks very nice when mounted on my marker and when i screwed in a 48 tank and a 20 ounce tank in it, the balance was nice and i could shoulder the tank to my playing style perfectly.

Conclusion: a little on the heavy side. but for a good looks and design this asa is a must have.
If i could i'd give this a 9.9 only because it cost me 50 bucks but others might find it cheaper other places.
10 out of 10

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