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kawilliams06 Wednesday, January 17th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
2 years
Products Used:
stock striker
Marker Setup: External parts:
Stock Body
Black 14” Knock Out Barrel
Black 14” TruFlight Straight Rifled Barrel w/ Muzzle Break
Black Spiral Volumizer
Bob Long Chrome Expansion Chamber
Dye Pro frame w/ Original Spyder Compact Deluxe Double Trigger
Dye Clear Sticky Grip
6” Steel Braided Line w/ Elbow
Finger Adjustable Velocity Adjustments
Stock Sight Rail
Red Dot Sight
Flat Black Adjustable Bi-pod

New Designz Valve HP
Bullet Cup Seal
Open Face w/ Angled Inlet Derlin Bolt
32 Degree Spring Kit
Derlin Striker w/ Steel Core
Strengths: Definitely does what it describes. Lack of weight means quicker cycling speed.
Weaknesses: None yet.
Review: When I bought this striker, it was specifically to find a derlin coated striker that would reduce or completely remove any chance of wear on the internal surface of the the marker body. Once I put it in I came to realize the speed increase of the balls coming out of the barrel. Everything that could be derlin on this part is.
Conclusion: I recommended this to anyone wanting to drop the input pressure of their marker and looking to prevent wear on the marker parts.
10 out of 10

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