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Evilspyder Monday, June 11th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 6 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
E2 05 Prostock
06 EGO
Marker Setup: Blue/Black Lasoya PM
CCM Feedneck
S-4 Bearing Trigger (from
Derlin Spike Bolt Pin(ebay)
Torpedo Reg
Check it ASA
Empire Revolver Barrel kit
Halo B W/Rip
68/45 Crossfire Nitro tank
E2 05 Prostock
Belsales Ram
Tickler LPR
Nickle Empire Regulator
WGP Grip feed neck
Redz Barrel Kit
Crossfire 68/4500psi Nitro tank
Possibly a new regulator(but not neccesary)
Strengths: Light weight
Low profile
Price(if still available)
Weaknesses: Board configuration(a bit confusing)
Vigilante Regulator(hit or miss on these regs)
Review: Finally got my Lasoya PM out for a few games. I Bought this because of the price, $250! The looks on this marker isnt too flashy or even an eyecatcher, but I do feel it does the job as a perfect backup marker.

Cocker barrel threading comes in very handy because I have a Cocker as my main choice. Not as quiet at my cocker, but just as fast.

I do recommend a new feed neck, macro line and asa, and possibly a new bottom feed line regulator. Great marker for speed ball or woods ball.
Conclusion: Great marker for speed ball or woods ball. I would definitly recommend this marker to anyone just trying pant ball or needs a back up.

If this were still out on the market for the price i paid, would get another.
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, June 14th, 2007 at 12:31 pm PST

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