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Jeep Sunday, April 15th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
a5, opsgear UMP shroud and mag, egrip with a APE rampage board, remote
A5 opsgear SAW shroud, SAW mag, tapco SAW stock and SP barrel, Egrip with APE rampage board, remote
ION Milsim body, agitating hopper, stock and 20" SP barrel, remote
Marker Setup: B5 kit and A5 , flatline barrel, remote
Strengths: Strong, water resistant, cost effective, very tight profile, milsim, hi performance with minimum outlay
Weaknesses: Those with long arms may find it a little TO tight. Use caution in assembly
Review: If you are about to go milsim and have a vanilla A5, hands down this is money well spent. In the shroud is includeds a APE RAMPAGE board and a E trigger. Considering to cost of the alternatives, which I have done, It is some of the best money I have spent in paintball gear. USe some caution when assembling your A5 into the shroud, I originally cut the shroud out for the fore piece of the A5, three weeks later I cut the fore pice out with a dremel and then a hack saw (A5s are tough) which worked a little better. I do not think my A5 will ever come out of this shroud again except for season end cleaning. If you have problems the MILSIM forums and ICP have lots of FAQs to help out.. The performance of the included APE board was such that I retro fitted ALL of my other markers with it.
Conclusion: You will not regret buying this product, It is easily worth its price of $350
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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