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trunkz1212 Friday, October 20th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
1 year
Products Used:
Nothing is similar to this product.
Marker Setup: #1 - PPS Typhoon, spiral ported barrel, muzzle brake, pro-touch trigger, blade trigger, PPS Stabilizer w/ bottom line ASA, QEV, Sight Hood, Halo-B Hopper
#2 - PPS Nasty Typhoon, muzzle brake on both barrels, pro-touch trigger, blade trigger, QEV, 2 Halo-B Hoppers
#3 - PGP2 Stroker, right feed neck, PPS Female Stabilizer mounted on the UMB
#4 - 2K Blazer, Blade Trigger, PPS Stabilizer
#5 - Squall Stock
Definitely the pro-touch trigger. Muzzle brake helps the loud noise.
Strengths: Looks AWESOME!
Weaknesses: Heavy
Heavy Trigger Pull (Fixable w/ protouch)
Hard to Aim with 2 Hoppers
Review: This Marker is very unique, specially in the east coast, where most of the new players don't even know what Parlmer's Pursuit Shop is! The nickel finish gives a nice look for the gun, but doesn't really help in the woods.
The reason I said you definitely need the pro-touch trigger is that when you short stroke the trigger, you break paint inside the barrels. The stock trigger pull is quite stiff, so every time i tried to shoot fast, i used to break paint in one of my barrels. (It might be just me cuz i'm not too coordinated hehehe). YOU NEED TO PULL THE TRIGGER ALL THE WAY BEFORE RELEASING!! The pro touch trigger lightens the trigger pull and replaces to a softer spring.Carry a barrel swab on the field, since with the quick strip bolt, you take less than 10 seconds to clean up the barrel.
The problem of aiming is because you have two hoppers in your line of sight. But that is not really a problem. I believe this gun was made so you can shoot a lot at your enemies, and not a 1 shot-kill marker. But eventually you'll get used to aiming the gun like a shotgun, because the gun is extremelly accurate.
You will use A LOT of paint, remember, you're shooting twice as much as you regularly would. Try to cover your team by spraying at the enemies!
Conclusion: I love PPS!!! as you can see hehehe... Best mechanical markers out there. This marker is one of a kind, not a lot of people has them, and wherever you are, people will be staring, asking "how much", the name of the marker, and eventually i have to let them shoot it hehehe. So be prepared, you will catch a lot of people's attention and perform 100% on the field.
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, April 25th, 2007 at 12:35 pm PST

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