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MustanGuy Friday, January 12th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Stock Ion ASA, PMI ASA, Shocktech on/off ASA
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion
SS Freak Back
All-American Front
Deadlywind Foehn Body
Halo B w/ Rip
Critical RPM Trigger
Strengths: Strong construction
Reliable on/off
Comes with rebuild kit
Fits S-Rail perfectly!
Weaknesses: Does not come with macroline fitting
Review: I bought this after owning a Smart Parts Micro-Maxflo, and was very pleased with the consistent operation of the on/off 1/4 turn mechanism. Sure it's not a pin depresser but who cares... it opens and closes the flow of air to the gun. Good enough for me. It also seems to be made of very durable aluminum. I have used ASA's before that produce aluminum flakes and black "sludge" around the threads from inferior, softer aluminum alloys. This stuff is the real deal. It's not going to screw up your tank threads or its own. I'm guessing maybe T6061 AL? The only bad thing about it is that it doesn't come with a macroline fitting. But oh well... I guess they figured someone, for whatever reason, may want a 90* fitting so it would be best just to not put one on.
Conclusion: Overall this is a great ASA that won't let you down like some of the cheaper imitations. It is also easy on the wallet, and does not cost an arm and a leg just because a higher profile company's name is on it.
10 out of 10

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