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Da Moose Man[] Saturday, January 13th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Stock backplate
Marker Setup: Blue shocker SFT with ups
Q lok feed neck(blue)
New designs roller blade trigger(blue)
HE bolt
New Designs Talon Grip
Freak SS back with blue All American front
Empire B(Silver to blue fade From Stinger Paintball Designs. This color is tight!!!)
Crossfire 68/45 with dye 2007 cover(blue)
Dye C6 Jersey(blue)
Dye C6 Pants(blue)

Strengths: Looks
Can see LED better
Weaknesses: Cant really think of any.... does what it is supposed to do
Review: This is a cool little upgrade for a halo or empire b hopper. It looks pretty cool and wont crack or break like the stock one. One of the biggest thing i saw, was that you can see the light better than on the stock one. Some times on a bright day i couldn't tell if it was on or not..... but now i can. Also the looks of these are quite awsome i must say. I have a contract killer one with a little picture of a tank on it.

Conclusion: This is a good upgrade and should be bought immediately.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Fastfingers28 Tuesday, January 30th, 2007 | 7:43 pm PST
Are these easy to install on the hopper?

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