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MILITIA36 Monday, April 23rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: sp ion
"my own" custom body
psycho ballistics bullet drop forward w/ on-off
aci phat reg
scenario dreams t-board
12" j & j performance ceramic barrel
Strengths: Reliability.
Nice looks.
Sturdy build.
Weaknesses: Some drop off when shooting high rof.
Review: I actually got this used for nothing, so i had nothing to lose. I running this reg on an older ICD bushmaster and it worked fine. I have since changed it over to my Ion and have been very pleased.
My reg has maintained pressure just about all the time, some drop off when shooting high rof, but minimal, considering i'm still running a stock qev.
I like reliability. I'd rather play than tech my marker when I'm at the field.
Once I adjusted and chronoed it, it has stayed fairly constant to what I adjusted.
This is a sturdy piece, it has survived some beatings on the fields and in the woods. It has held up to some very physical play.
And it looks good as a bonus.
Conclusion: I know that there are many other regs out there that rock. but, one of my biggest things is reliability. I feel like this is a very reliable reg, ergo a review.
8 out of 10

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