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trunkz1212 Monday, April 9th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: #1 - PPS Typhoon, spiral ported barrel, muzzle brake, pro-touch trigger, 2 finger trigger, male stabilizer w/ bottom line ASA, QEV, Halo-B Hopper
#2 - PPS Nasty Typhoon, muzzle brake on both barrels, pro-touch trigger, 2 finger trigger, QEV, sight hood, 2 Halo-B Hoppers
#3 - PGP Stroker, Female Stabilizer mounted on UMB
#4 - 2K Blazer, Male Stabilizer, Blade Trigger
#5 - Squall Stock
Stabilizer Only
Strengths: Small, Looks awesome, very accurate, Easy to maintain and clean
Weaknesses: Loud, not as efficient as a typhoon, Price
Review: Everyone knows that Palmer's Pursuit Shop are blessed people who makes the best and most reputable markers in the market.
I waited 6 months for both PGPs to be converted. But the results were definitelly worth the wait!
Received both markers, connected the remote to the female stabilizer on the UMB and worked right away from the box! If you are familiar with the typhoon, you should have no problem maintaining and knowing how the gun operates. It Cycles smoothly, it's very accurate in close/mid range. From long distance it's is not as accurate, but it's still very good knowing it has a 7" barrel.
Although it's a pistol, it's quite heavy since it's all metal parts. I installed a Halo-B Hopper which is also little heavy. DO NOT TRY TO USE TWO PGP STROKERS LIKE CHOW YUN FAT DOES WITH BERETTAS! Belive me, I tried and they are too heavy to run, aim both guns at the same time.
Since it's a pistol, it's very small in size, short in length, so you can move around more freely. This is the reason I got this. This marker rules in Tippmann Castle in Skirmish hehehe. For long range shots i use my Typhoon.
Basically the stroker has a different way of play in the field. Run more often, get closer, and trust me, you'll get a lot of head shots!
Conclusion: You'll get what you paid for, I expected so much for when i ordered this marker, and was 100% satisfied even after 6 months of wait. This shows how good they are.
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007 at 6:18 am PST

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