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canadian=killer Friday, May 26th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
e-bolt.
Marker Setup: tippmann c98, J&J 14 inche,RT,cylone hopper,drop forword,xspation chamber
Strengths: Fast,sounds wicked,dosnt use much air,fast,scares ppl.
Weaknesses: Uses a little air, cant use at tourneys
Review: When i got this it took me 3 months to figger it out then when i got it working it was a beast all you have to do it mess around with the velocity then it will rip.. i dont like that its not aloud at tourneys :( and ppl get scared of it hehe my friend has a tippmann custom pro with 14 inche teardrop barrel and a cyclone feed and when i was messing around befor we started playing he was like i dont feel like playing paintball and my paintballs are crap and so on and so forth the price is not to bad but IF YOU GET THE CYCLONE FEED GET THE T-FITTINGS and the cyclone feed work really good with it no chops.
Conclusion: I,m giving it a 9 couse its not aloud at tunreys but i wood reccommend it to any c98 user.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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