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Unregistered User Thursday, June 28th, 2001
 
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: The trigger! It simply rules, no up/down or side to side slack. They have put set screws every where to prevent anything but back. They put set screws in the front reg, and in the jackhammer, no problem there. It has an awesome barrel when used with slamballs and marbs. The quick pulI boolt has 18 holes now! I live down the street from ans, and i talk to dave a lot there who is the main man. And ivy was wrong it isn't a rolling line, i wantwed to get one 6 weeks ago and it took 4 just to make it!! Well worth it.
Weaknesses: Drop forward kind of sucks. Needs a better valve. The rest is good for 850-$$
Conclusion: I love it stock only thing needed is a revvie(if you don't have one yet you WILL need it) And possibly a boomer (boomstick).
It one of the better guns in my opinion. I give it a 9.5, take care of that stupid drop forward and install an knock off kapp dropzone at it would rule! My aim is autocockerman017, im me if you have any questions.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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