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irbab00n Tuesday, February 13th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
6 months
Marker Setup: SP Ion w/ Blue body kit
SP Progressive 2006 barrell
CP raxor drop w/ CP on/off valve
72/3000 psi Pure Energy w/ Empire Bottle cover
eVLution 3 Hopper
Strengths: STRONG!!!
Good amount of drop
reasonably cheap i would say
Weaknesses: Only bad part is you need to buy a dovetail for it...
Review: I have used this product on my ion for about 3-4 times now... its been reliable, really only have to tighten it once every 2 months or so... Plus it looks really cool.... goes perfectly with my ion...

But if looks and sturdiness weren't enough, what really caught my attention was the fact that all ions that are stock really feel like you're shooting a rifle, but with this drop, it moves it about 2"-2.5" forward and 1.5" down.... which when you've had an ion for about 4-5 months, you will be a lot more comfortable when you take your ion out to ball... because you won't have to reach just to get your trigger / forward grip
Conclusion: GREAT FOR IONS!!!

if you own an ion, and you are looking for a good drop, the CP razor drop is almost perfect for an ion....

only bad part is it requires that you buy a dovetail
9 out of 10

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