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Stompa'16 Friday, June 15th, 2001
Strengths: This is an amazing product. Shoots all paints perfectly. Its very quiet with all the porting. I have actually used the 695 insert with some really old dimpled feild paint and it shoot great. Having a good paint to barrel match inproved consistency over the chrono.

Weaknesses: Some people say that they are hard to clean but if ya clean out most of the paint with a straigh shot and then turn it upsided down and dry fire it a few times with your hand over the end of the barrel, it clears out the ports pretty well.

I chopped a ball on the feild once and i straight shoted it and then dry fired it a few times and after bout 5 balls it was shooting pretty good.

The only bad thing which really isnt that bad is its not very gas efficient with all the porting but the difference in shots per fill is negligible but the low pressure nuts out there might not like them.
Conclusion: I have a 14 inch set for my cocker which im gonna get an ss back and a 10inch tip for my angel.

I have used team colors, polar ice, and some no-name crappy feild paint in it in all kinds of conditions and it shot great every time.

I would hafta say its probably my favorite peice of equipment.

10 out of 10

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