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ghillie_guy Wednesday, May 10th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
Stock e-grip.
Marker Setup: a-5 in camo, 18 inch J&J ceramic barrel, car stock, e-grip, Rampage board, Q-loader, polished internals, 32 degrees remote, DOP front bolt and power tube, 68 CI nitro duck
Strengths: ROF, adjustability.
Weaknesses: Tippmann Doesn't sell it installed
Review: I bought one of these in march, and i have to tell you, I love it. With the exact adjustable rates of fire, it helps soo much. once you get the hang of the LED lights you will learn to love it too. Just to be able to be out in the woods knowing there is a huge group of people moving your way and all you have to do is pick up a stick off of the ground and switch it to full auto and light em' up is awesome. Be sure to pack plenty of paint with you if you are going to purchase one of these.
Conclusion: The only limitations on this is the feed of the cyclone. You could get a QEV with a macro line to get up to higher rates, but you still can't get up to 25 BPS without chopping. That's why I got a Q loader. 30 BPS. If you already have an e-grip and want to spice it up a little more, get this.
10 out of 10

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