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str8balla206 Wednesday, August 13th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
2 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Spyder Sonix
Spyder Rocking Trigger 2.0
PSI Rubber Gas-Thru Foregrip
Trinity Mini ASA w/ On/Off
Trinity Spyder Grip - Smoke
Trinity T-Lock Feedneck
Kingman Delrin Bolt
Smart Parts Angle Drop Forward
Shocktech LPC
J&J 14" Ceramic barrel
CP 14" Classic barrel
BT Apex barrel
Strengths: Comfortable
Weaknesses: None
Review: Very easy to install into the grip and very comfortable to hold. I had it fitted into my Spyder Rocking Trigger Frame and there wasn't any problems.

At first impression, I thought the product made the frame grip too wide and thick, but it's actually at the right size. The material for the grip comprise of mostly rubber, which makes the marker more comfortable to handle compared to the stock plastic cover. During play, the grip might not be as sticky as one might expect because of the paint that splatter on the grip. A good clean wipe would solve that issue.
Conclusion: I would recommend this grip as an alternative to any other grip, but I'm not sure how much more different it'll be with Dye's sticky grips. Otherwise, it's an excellent product.
9 out of 10

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