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^_^ Monday, January 8th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
6 months
Products Used:
- Extreme Rage Thread Protector
Marker Setup: Bob Long 2K5 Alias Intimidator Black w/ Blue Accents
- Smart Parts Freak Jr. Kit or System X 2 Piece Barrel
- Tadao Infamous M3 Board
- Custom Products Regulator
- Custom Products Direct Mount On/Off ASA
- Hybrid Gen 06 Grips
- ViewLoader eVLution 3 (to be replaced with VLocity eventually
- WGP 50/3000 (going to be soon replaced with crossfire 45/4500)
Strengths: - Metal
- Does what it is supposed to
- looks nice
Weaknesses: - Price ($5 for a thread protector? Come on!)
Review: Well I bought this from a local paintball proshop not to long ago. Because I had just got a Crossfire 45/4500 and needed a thread protector for it. Anyway when I was at the proshop I saw that they had these and I bought one.. even though $5 for a thread protector is a little too much.. but hey it was metal (unlike most) and looked nice (not that this matters a whole lot)... so far I have been very satisfied with it and think it is worth the $5 because it's metal and most thread protectors aren't.
Conclusion: If your looking for a very well made and nice looking thread protector go for it.
8 out of 10

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