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the slayer Sunday, September 30th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year0 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
evil omen(junk), ions(i like mine better), timmys(id rather have my shocker), dark ego?(that was my fav), probably more.
Marker Setup: '05 shocker sft, blackheart board, HE bolt, QEV, freak kit, on/off, halo b, crossfire 45, thats about it.
virtue or blackheart board, HE bolt and QEV, clamping feed neck, good barel like a freak, on off.
Strengths: Fast, trigger can be great, easy to work on, reliable.
Weaknesses: Eats air like crazy, no room for fat fingers.
Review: The gun is super sharp. Its fast, accurate, and cheap to upgrade. The downfall to the gun is that it wastes alot of air. My buddy has a pmr and i would rather have my gun. If you are thinking about minis theyre hand gernades and i would never own one. If you want to mow faces i would recomend this gun. The only gun i really like more than my shocker is my friends ego, but i still light him up every time we play.
Conclusion: If you are looking for a gun that can be wicked this is it. Unlike the ion not everyone has one. Most people either love or hate this gun and i definetly love it.
9 out of 10

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