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Erz Thursday, November 2nd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Smart parts impulse, Tippman A5, Spyder Rodeo, WGP Black Magic
Marker Setup: Crossfire HPA, variety of autococker threaded barrels, CCM Clamping feedneck
Feedneck if you wish, other than that, gun comes with a good barrel and all else is high quality
Strengths: Quality,Quality Quality, Did I say quality.
Weaknesses: Expensive, slower than a electro as set up stock from factory. Airhog
Review: I had just sent a black magic autococker back due to the fact that it constantly broke. Thought I would try a AGD Tac One after reading the high reviews here. Now I now why everyone rates this gun so highly. When you look at the gun, it looks like it is something you could hand down to your son 20 years later. Everything about this product speaks quality.

Gun shoots well, extremely consistant over chrono which is very different friom the autococker I just sent back. Only real negatives I can see are, the gun seems to be an air hog and because I have mainly shot electro guns, I tended to short stroke the trigger a number of times, first time out.
Conclusion: Very well done AGD
10 out of 10

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