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i.only.post.pix Thursday, January 11th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
ego's, dm4's 5's 6's, proto's....i'm a gun whore so i basically have had all of them
Marker Setup: fully upped shocker||06 ego
45 45 ||68 45
velocity, pulse, halo||velocity, pulse, halo, depending which has the best batteries
Recommended
Upgrades:
black heart board
q lock
lucky un1tec barrel
cp reg
any thing else to your preference
Strengths: Light, easy to maintain, quiet, very good gun
Weaknesses: Needs lubed often, air inefficient
Review: Well i have had many shockers, the one have now has fully made me happy.
The thing i like mostly about them is that they are probably the best gun out there due to accuracy, weight, and stamina
I am a shocker tech so i keep my gun set up good, but all of my friend have shockers and as long as they keep them lubed, they are amazing, my suggestion is to get one, and lube the bolt every week, that will make you fall in love, at least i did
Conclusion: Buy one
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
iNfLuEnCe Wednesday, January 17th, 2007 | 8:18 pm PST
I have never worked on a shocker before, and nobody at my field owns one. So would it be hard for me to learn how to set my it up? I heard that if you don't know how to fine tune the settings exactly right on them they will just case problems for you... Is this true?
   

i.only.post.pix Saturday, March 17th, 2007 | 10:31 am PST
it's true to a certain extent, when you first get a shocker, it's usually ready to go, as long as you read the manual and know how to lube the reg and bolt, it should be good
   

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