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tacamo Monday, May 7th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
nothing compares
Marker Setup: tacamo 68D plain hoper soon to be electric 20 oz co2 tank soon with remote coil
none keep it original it looks great to realistic to change any thing
Strengths: Powerfull, acurate, very realistic, durable built to last like a real ak .
Weaknesses: Chops cheap balls sometimes.
Review: the tacamo is the most realictic paint ball gun i have ever seen lots of real ak parts on this babey built to last with heavey dutey metal, real wood no plastic acurate and powerfull and garanted to turn heads . 16 inch barel so no need to replace it with a aftermarket barel . I wouldent change any thing on this gun i would leave it as it is, far to real looking to do any modifications it doesnt need any . some people call this gun heavey how ever i havent found nothing wrong with the weight its the same weight & length as a real ak so its a benefit to the realisim . the onley thing i recomend is that u use a good qualitey ball becase it will chop a few of the cheap ones.
Conclusion: If u want a real looking ak that works good get the tacamo .
9 out of 10

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