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modifiedflorida Wednesday, August 23rd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 months
Products Used:
halo b
Marker Setup: smart parts nerve
vert max flo
ndz roller trigger
stainless freak back(full kit) with 14"all america front
halo b w/ rip
68/4500 pure energey carbon fiber hpa tank
Strengths: Fed better than a non agitated hopper
Weaknesses: Its key weakness is its weakness.first day had multiple cracks
Review: I was happy with its performance until the cracks got the better of it...which was sad because i was no longer having to shake my tippman 98 (gun at the time) to get it to feed..but after maybe 30 games it was damn near completly fallen apart...i have it now held together by tape in my closet waiting for me to get a new shell for it (which i probaly wont being i now have a halo)
Conclusion: Save fifty more dollars and get a halo...unless you plan on never diving,sliding,ducking,dodging or in anyway being an aggressive player..if you dont need a halo then try some others unfortunatly i can not say how well they are as i have not tried them..but buddies of mine seem to like the reloader.
4 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, August 23rd, 2006 at 4:19 pm PST

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