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tjd10684 Wednesday, June 20th, 2001
Strengths: well the low op presure is nice means you can use crappy paint. anno is cool looking. easly cleaned just rinse it under some water and dry. got mine for cheap at a local store it was used. collectors item
Weaknesses: well if somthing goes wrong your on your own the manual really really sux. the brass barrel is easly dented. low op presure means high volume to get the same speed on the ball. not meny upgrades if any at all.
Conclusion: well since there are no upgrades it proforms as good as it can. well its worth the cost if you get it cheap and have patiance to fiddle with it if somthing goes wrong. well the only guns i can really compair it to is my spyder, stingray and my friends m98 and i would say that it proforms as good as my pimped out spyder that cost me around 400 with all the upgrades then i paid 250 for the 700. no compairison to stingray not even fair how much better the 700 is. as for the 98 well proformance wise 700 blows it away but that might be my friends fult. i wouldent recomend this to people who dont really know their way arround in markers.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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