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chl2onic Thursday, December 14th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
stock springs, I saw little difference.
Marker Setup: 98 Custom wicked bolt, flatline, trinity springs, sliding stock, and a 9v. evil rage cyclone hopper....

a-5, double trigger, whisper barrel, GTa ex chamber, trinity drive springs
Strengths: conserves Gas. smoother cocking
Weaknesses: Stiff spring chopped balls.
Review: I thought these springs would make a world of difference. So far I havent seen anything amazing. I figure you could conserve gas and uns a high velocity spring, or vice versa. I havent gotten to try them all yet so I kno what I knwo. The stiff spring chopped balls even with a rufus dog wicked bolt. I just put the meduim soft spring in and I'll update this when I play next.

*UPDATE** I took the stiff spring out of my 98 and tried all of them in it and for some reason none worked very well(could be the gun or the flatline), so I took my stock a-5 spring and put it in my 98 and stuck the softest spring in my a-5.... they both kick ass now and I dont wanna mess with em anymore....
Conclusion: I dont see the need to change your springs anymore the stock ones work fine. The only spring I'd sugest buying is a softer trigger spring.

*update* I'd lie to add that my a-5 kicks ass with the springs in it, it cocks smoother and conserves more gas then before( not much) but it does... I wouldnt recomend thses springs if you have a flatline, and/or a 98 custom....
8 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, January 17th, 2007 at 4:29 pm PST

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