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dboots Sunday, March 18th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
eteck ego - preforms almost exactly the same exept the ego is louder.
PM5 - completely differrent feel
Marker Setup: 2006 Alien Interceptor
you dont really need any, but i would recomend a new HPR
Strengths: Size, weight, accuracy, reliability, best customer service out there
Weaknesses: the HPR isnt that great, but for $25 you can get a detonator.
Review: ok, first thing when i took this out of he box was WOW, it looks awsome. its alittle heavier than it looks, but it is still very light. comes stock fairly nice: WAS equalizer, on / off asa, clamping feedneck, nice trigger.

one of my favorite features of it is the 85 degree frame, it is the most comfortable frame i have ever used.

the only thing that anyone has ever had any problems is the stock HPR. but the problem was only in earlier interceptors and is now fixed.

the sweep system doesnt do that much, but the flight path difference is noticable, it just has a flatter flight path instead of the slight lob.
Conclusion: once youu get a new HPR, this marker is a true face mowing machine, it is by far the best bang for the buck out there. i give it a 9.5
10 out of 10

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