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n1k Saturday, April 12th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
2 years9 of 9 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
you cant ajust the pressure and dont help with consistence, only help keep liquid co2 out of gun.
Marker Setup: tippmann a-5.
opsgear m82a1 18" barrel.
palmer male stabilizer.
techt votex.
x-7 hopper.
dogleg rh stock.
Strengths: Help with consistency of volocity
Help keep liquid co2 out
Lessen cloud when using co2
Weaknesses: A little long?
Break in period
Review: This is one of the best investments you can do for the a-5. After a new barrel this is a must. With this you can adjust the presure of your gun. this will eliminate the cloud of co2 that comes out of the end of your barrel when you are shooting. the cloud always gave away my position when i was shooting from a consealed position so this was a big thing for me. This will help keep liquid co2 out of you gun. Also it with lessen the range that your volocity fluctuates alot, thus helping with your shot to shot consistancy.

The break in period can be anywhere up to 4000 balls i beleive. this isnt that bad because it can be dryfired(make sure it is oiled well befour going threw that many shots at one time). Or you could just have it on there during regular play and wait for it to break in, it shouldnt have any negative efect before its broken in.
Conclusion: I recomend this to anyone useing co2 on there marker. it will help protect the marker from liquid co2 and will greatly help with the consistancy of your shots.
10 out of 10

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