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eos356 Wednesday, May 9th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month13 of 14 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Impulses, Ions, My shocker, Angels, Egos, etc.
Marker Setup: 2003 orange texas storm timi WAS 2.7 , empire b , pmi 45/45
Bolt mabye, a barrel if you want one, or play alot of woods.
Strengths: Fast, semi-light , accurate, efficent, simple to maintain, WAS stock.
Weaknesses: Little heavy compared to newer guns, but not really all that important.
Review: So I traded my shocker and 75$ for this gun and have never looked back. I've shot just about every gun in the tourney scene and teched most of them as well. This gun has got to be the nicest gun I've owned to date. It's every players dream: fast, accurate, efficent, easy to maintain. Very solid platform, Great stock board , Barrel is fair, but could be better, but is fine for most speedball siguations. may want to consider a longer one if you play alot of woods ball. The gun was very accurate, and easy to deal with, and I'd pick it over any other gus i've used 100 times over.
Conclusion: Great product, well made, Get it, it won't let you down.
It's great, but nothing's perfect, so it gets a nine.
9 out of 10

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