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RobVsWorld Saturday, April 22nd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Splatmaster
Crosman 3357 .50 cal
Marker Setup: Black Ego 06 w/ BlackHaloB w/rip drive, soon to have blue accents, Dye UL barrel, Crosfire 45-45ci tank.

Crosman 3357 .50 cal
Sheridan PGP2
NSG Splatmaster
Recommended
Upgrades:
I haven't come across any, so I can't really say what to put on it as of now.
Strengths: \/See Review\/
Weaknesses: \/See Review\/
Review: Key Strengths:

Accurate/Quiet: The PGP2 is by far one of the most accurate, let alone quiet markers I have ever used.

Ease of use: The PGP2 is very easy to use, I have'nt had any difficulties at all with it yet.

Lightweight: The PGP2 is a very lightweight gun, and very compact, none of it feels cheap, its a very solid marker.

Key Weaknesses:

12 gram puncture Pin: It seems kind of weak, but probably because I got it used, it isnt much of a problem though...
Conclusion: A great pump marker, I would highly recommend this to anyone entering the pump world.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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