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dyehardamerican Wednesday, February 18th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Everything from DM's to Egos To angels and cockers
Marker Setup: Dangerous Power G3
Halo hopper w/ victory board
Freak Barrel kit
68/4500 N2 tank
Macro fittings
maybe the barrel or trigger
Strengths: Light
easy to clean
Weaknesses: triggers a little wobbly,
The macro fittings are terrible
The reg breaks easy.
Review: All in all this is a great gun, expessially for the price. I personally would rather shoot a g3 over most high end guns, mostly due to its ability to keep up in preformance and how light it is. Since I got mine ived loved it, I havent had any problems with mine yet, but the macro fittings are known to blow out and the reg needs to be replaced, but DP will send u a new one for free. The macro line will also leak a small amount, but it can be fixed by playing around with the position and angle of the line/fitting.
Conclusion: Easly one of the best guns for the price, customer service is great, defffinatly great for a back-up or a primary if ur just not that into the game.
9 out of 10

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