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Royoka Wednesday, September 24th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Tippmann 98 ASA - slimmer, but more or less the same
CP Rail ASAs - they do their job just like this one
Marker Setup: Black ICD ProMaster - CCM No-rise feedneck, Redz Pineapple Grenade ASA, macroline, 16" DYE Ultralite, Halo B (stock), Crossfire 68/4500 HP Air, older DYE Rhino Cover, everything else is stock

Tippmann 98 Custom (clamshell design) - Cyclone Feed (Vortex & Lightning Rod mods), X7 hopper, RT, CAR Stock, 16" DYE Ultralite, Monster Drop Rail ASA, Same air source as ProMaster

CORE PT Professional pistol - Stock
Strengths: - Looks wicked
- Comes with macroline fitting
Weaknesses: - Wobbles a bit
- Doesn't come with mount screws
- Little air leak
Review: When I first got it in the mail, I was rather surprised at how much smaller it seemed to be; I suppose that's a good thing given the marker I was going to install it on. The installation wasn't a difficult process, but it wasn't a cakewalk either; the marker I installed it on had grips that interfered with the allen wrenches, so it took a bit longer than usual. I first noticed the wobbling problem when I initially installed it. I've had this problem before, and all I needed to do was tighten one little screw that binds the ASA with the rail to the point where the tightness of the wedge forces it into place and doesn't allow it to move the slightest bit; it doesn't do any harm to the ASA itself. After that it was smooth sailing when I went to do the air fitting seals and stuff; all I needed was a little teftlon tape to fix the air leaks all around my marker, and the ASA was no exception.
Conclusion: It's just like any other screw-in rail ASA; it holds your air tank on your marker via bottomline. I'd recommend this ASA if you're looking for some wicked looks (milsim or intimidation) and functionality; you'll get comments on it wherever you go.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, September 24th, 2008 at 11:30 pm PST
 

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