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gription44 Sunday, May 21st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Marker Setup: sp ion
twister feedneck
ans trigger
evil pipe barrel kit
evolution 2
Strengths: Great For hoppers with feednecks in middle.
Weaknesses: Doesn't hold egg hoppers well unless you have super strength.
Or athletic tape.
Review: I got my gun used and Since it fires about 17bps and the egg2 hopper can feed about
19bps of course i went for it. The first time I used it I had a few problems with it
The plastic grip inside Twists even when tightened (only when hopper is between half
and all the way full). So after games i'd have to adjust my hopper to the right place again. Which becomes a pain about half way through the day. I found a temporary solution which is to put athletic tape on both sides of the plastic insert with has more friction and pretty much solves the twisting. A friend let me use his halo b one day and i had absolutely no problems with twisting and worked like a dream. Plus It looks stylish
with a black halo.
Conclusion: Works well with halo's, emipre's
Not so well with egg hoppers.
7 out of 10

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