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lucifer_sam Friday, August 10th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month16 of 16 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
All of them - Unfavorably.
Marker Setup: Bob Long Infamous Intimidator:
- PBK detents
- Lurker Eigenram
- Tadao M6 "Infamous" board
- AKA 2-Liter and SCM-III
- NDZ on/off + rail
- Powerlyte Scepter 2007
DXS Pulse - RF chip harnessed
DXS 68/4500

Plus a few cosmetic things...
Strengths: It's a regulator.
Weaknesses: There aren't enough bells or whistles.
Review: The AKA 2-Liter doesn't offer whimsical additions to its unholy glory like plastic jewels or fancy milling. It does not have a built-in alarm. It cannot process cake batter or produce pies. AKA simply felt that paintball players would like to have a regulator for a change, not these contraptions which seemingly define the laws of form. It is strictly a functional regulator, and a good adherent at that. You won't find fancy additions that prevent friendly-fire or deliver faster trigger fingers. In fact, the 2-Liter comes in one color only: black. These difficulties have inadvertently caused the company much grief from players who wished a prettier model rather than those who feel that masturbation should be left to the closed doors. The 2-Liter laacks desperately in these constraints, for it was not meant to adorn walls and gear bags. What you will find, however, is a regulator.

The AKA 2-Liter is a behemoth unto its own. There are rarely paintball products that are wholly deservest of their excessive price, but the 2-Liter is a great exception. Put simply, this is the best regulator on the market. Its recharge rate surpasses even the fastest regulators, and its capacity allows the regulator to deliver high-pressure air or CO2 with the utmost stability and consistency. Many players will insist that their markers chrono at +/- 3 FPS or better, but usually, this is not the case. The 2-Liter is the only regulator I've seen to climb past those feats of unblemished consistency. Even in supernatural rates of fire (25+ BPS), the 2-Liter is able to stand up to its name. Scarce are products that are meant to deliver instead of entertain, but the AKA 2-Liter is honestly the best product for $100 out there (which is saying a lot, considering other regulator prices).
Conclusion: I could lie and say the 2-Liter is far more than a regulator. I could say why it made me jump higher and run faster, but I doubt you'll believe me. What I trust you to believe, however, is that this is without a doubt the best regulator on the planet.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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