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qscwbt Tuesday, July 25th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Used the shock tech works better
Marker Setup: Ion black. q-lock sp qev crossfire 47 / 3000 halo hopper
Shocktech on/off
freak barrel on order
bop body on order
Strengths: It looks very smart
Weaknesses: Not a real on off
Review: Got this when i saw how nice they look on my mates Ion. It has a low profile and looks very smart.

Knob turns easily. Fits the marker perfect

The bad. Noticed that the bottle eats the threads. Then i realised why. It turns the air of going into the marker. But there is still air pressure in the asa. This makes the tank turn very hard that then breaks the threads. If u leave ur bottle on the marker all the time or if u only remove the bottle when its emty it will not harm the treads.

It seems to only happen when the tank is full and you try to remove the tank.
Conclusion: I do not think its a true on of. The asa with the pin that push in to turn the bottle on or off is a better option. But the sp on are a very smart looking one.
Its your choice to go for looks or a work horse

6 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, July 25th, 2006 at 6:33 am PST

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