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JohnBlaze Tuesday, September 15th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
GZ Intimidator, Smart Parts Impulse & Shocker, Angel, Autococker

this marker is very similar to a GZ Intimidator in look and feel. Is on an even playing field with the other markers I've used
Marker Setup: Clamp Feed neck, Force Feed loader, 68/4500, Evil Pipe barrel
New Barrel, Smart Parts 2 piece is my preference
Strengths: cost effective. Bought 3 off ebay for under 300 dollars
Weaknesses: Stock feed neck and barrel, eye covers not flush.
Review: The markers body is clean and simple. The operation of the gun is straight forward, and the ease of field striping is another bonus as it's very easy to break the gun down. Battery placement, and firing mode selectivity is a little hard to understand, but it is easy enough to set and uncapped firing with the eyes on. Light weight marker, so far so good
Conclusion: This marker, for the price is one of the better deals a player can find. With uncapped firing mode and eyes on this gun shoots as fast as any other I've fired and I've fired my fair share. I'm waiting on a new barrel but this gun for the money is hard to beat
10 out of 10

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