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Steel Jester Thursday, December 20th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
The only other marker I have used on a long term basis is a Tippmann 98 w/cyclone. The only thing the Tippmann has on this gun is they cyclone feed.
Marker Setup: Sp-1stock
Crossfire 68/4500 w/remote.
Ricochet AK hopper
This is totally up to you. The marker shoots great out of the box so mod it how you want it.
Strengths: Solid
Weaknesses: A bit heavy, and is picky when not using anti-siphon co2
Review: This marker is a great into level marker, and with all the future upgrades it should be a fierce marker for anyone to get.

The trigger is a single-trigger (which I prefer), and it is the most comfortable trigger pull of any gun I have ever shot. All the guys on my team agree that the trigger is amazing. The new style regulator handles CO2 well (although I recommend anti-siphon or use a remote line).

I plan on adding a stock and new barrel somewhere down the line but other than that this baby is staying stock.

All in all this marker is probably the best value on the market.
Conclusion: Buy it, you won't be disappointed.
9 out of 10

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