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daniel1697855 Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock ASA
Marker Setup: Main gun PMR: -Stock bord
-Hyper 2 stock reg
-phat mini dropforward w/on-off
-14" CP 2 Piece
-Egg 3 hopper
-68-3000 PMI HP Fiber tank, 68-4500 Crossfire LP
-New Designz ASA with guage port
-and the end all to end all upgrades the New Designz Blade trigger

Back up gun EVO:
-boss blade trigger
-boss bolt
-CP reg
-phat mini dropforward w/on-off
-CP 14" barrel
-Extream rage vertical feed Neck
-Crossfire 68-3000 hp tank w/empire tank cover
-Egg 2 hopper with z-bord
Strengths: Has a Gauge port
Weaknesses: None
Review: A lot of people think leve the asa on the pmr's alone but i wanted a guage port. I need to know what my input pressure is on all my guns.
This thing works like a dream a few guys i play with that have pmrs thought that it might effect recharge and performance cause this asa is longer the the stock by about an half inch but that's not the case. being able to see what my pressure is running at while im playing is a great thing cause when you know what your pressure at a certain velocity you know if your marker is shooting hot or low when you really get that gun walking. im just using a 300 psi max guage, the field i play at is a 260 and below vol. setting and i have a nice vol. of 254 95% of the time other 5% is about 262 to 265 ( only about every 9 to 10 shots ) with my pressure set at about 110 - 105.
Conclusion: No reason not to buy this thing if you wanna know what your pressure is in the middle of a game and if your regs keeping up with your shooting this is a must have for any PMR owner if you dint buy one then your nuts
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010 at 12:20 pm PST
 

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