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carbonite Wednesday, July 18th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock PMR frame and UL Frame
Marker Setup: PMR
Virtue board with Virtue eyes
NDZ Frame with Slik Trigger
CP On/Off
Orange H-core bolt
NDZ backcap
NDZ eyecovers
NDZ clamp ring
Evil pipe with Stiffi tip
DXS pulse with RF
Strengths: Price, Quality and Looks
Weaknesses: Some may not like the styling
Review: I received this frame about a month ago and have enjoyed it from day one. I must say that I am not a smart parts fan, but I absolutely loved the Ton-ton shocker frame. This is almost an exact replica of said frame. I have large hands and find the UL frame awkward to hold but I just couldn't get past the fact that the stock frame is composite. Maybe its because I've been playing for a long while and I just expect my guns to be 100% metal.

Functionally it is perfect for me, I have more room in this trigger frame than any I have used on any gun, EVER. I can get some of the best strings going with this thing that I ever have. The buttons that don't fall out are a nice touch if you ever need to thoroughly need to disassemble your gun. It accepts 45 grips as well, which is nice if you are like me and have accumulated more than a few.

I own a pulse with a RF chip and they claim the grip has more space for the chip, but I never got to use my pulse with my stock frame so I can't comment on whether it has more room or not. I can say that I had absolutely no problems finding a spot for the chip though.
Conclusion: If you like the feel of the ton-ton shocker frame or you need a bigger grip frame with tons of trigger space this is the frame for you. Works well with a NDZ trigger or even the stock for that matter. Bottom line- I would buy this again.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
manikan Thursday, July 19th, 2007 | 7:50 am PST
hey can you post some pics so i can see what this thing looks like on a marker from different angles, it would really help.
   

carbonite Tuesday, July 31st, 2007 | 6:56 pm PST
Yeah, I'll have them up tomorrow
   

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