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DreadedShadow Sunday, August 15th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
Stock PMR
Tippmann 98c with 16 inch barrel and Crossbow Stock
Stock Tippmann A-5
Marker Setup: 14 inch Whisper Barrel
Halo B
Strengths: Small, compact, lightweight. Very good rate of fire. Very easy to access the circut board.
Weaknesses: Kinda loud. Too small for some people. Tanks and hoppers are bigger than the gun
Review: This gun is by far one of the best, and lightest, guns I have ever used. The first day I got it I brought it to my local field and tried it out. The first few hundred shots I got off were extremely loud. After those few hundred shots, the gun was actually pretty quiet compared to some guns like my old 98c. The next day I got my new barrel. When I fired it, the first 5-10 shots were kinda loud. After that the gun was barely noticable when I was firing it. If you like to be the person in the front line laying down a line of paint and people can't figure out where its coming from, like I do, then you need this barrel.
Conclusion: This gun is a gun that keeps up with the pro's guns for a fraction of the price. Very nice gun
10 out of 10

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