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termitemfp Monday, December 8th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Stock Cyclone Paddles
Marker Setup: Tippmann A-5 w/e-grip
14" J&J Ceramic
Aluminum Stock
Lapco m4 mag
Shocktech drop
Metal cyclone internals
Lightning Rod
TechT squishy paddles
Strengths: Very soft and pliable
Weaknesses: None
Review: I like to play aggresively so a high rate of fire is needed, I normally shoot R/T or 15BPS. I was playing last weekend and my cyclone made paintball soup. I went and cleaned it out and played another game same thing happened, except worse. When I finished the game (maybe 1 in 5 balls left the barrel intact, cold weather) there was paint in the cyclone, in the chamber, and dripping out of the barrel.

I took my gun to my local proshop and had my monthly cleaning done to it and had the squishy paddles installed.

Talk about a difference. The only break out of a 1,000 was because of a bad ball. A must have if you have the metal cyclone internals, lightning rod and QEHV. The stronger spring in the Lightning Rod causes the stock paddles to cut through the paintball in the cyclone in cold weather.
Conclusion: Great product a must for any A-5 with an e-grip and like fast fire modes.
10 out of 10

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