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Unregistered User Saturday, August 4th, 2001
Strengths: Ok, My review may be a little late, but when i got this gun i could't find a place to reveiw it(i was new, cut me some slack :) ). Any how my Outlaw is a a 2000 (I think I bought it around Jan 15, but i dont remember there being a '99). I bought it at Cabela's in Owetana, Minnesota, but don't run to Cabela's looking for these guns, they got one of each Bruizer in to see if they wanted to pick up the brand, but didn't because they sold slowly, which i attribute to Cabela's(I found mine in the "Bargin Cave", but they did mark it down as a trial to $190) Any My first impression was the looks, I had been looking at shutters, and I fell in love with the bruizer, mine is one of the first 5000 produced, and it is all black minus the crome rail and shroud. The case for me was a big plus because it is illegal where i am to transport uncased guns, and this is a nice case the cheapest cases on the market ar pretty much just foam and they cost like 40 bucks, free is good. The barrel was was pretty dang good FOR A STOCK BARREL, i mean it was way better than a M98 barrel(well, a hollow log is better than that).

Now what every one wants to hear Outlaw VS Shutter(which isn't a bad gun at all Mind you)

Frame: This is mostly preferance on looks but the Outlaw is a bit more polished(from what i have seen) WINNER: Outlaw

Trigger frame: I liked them both, both are very fast and light
WINNER: Tie

Bolt: I didn't personally shoot the shutter i just met a guy with one so we compaired
WINNER: Unknown

Barrel: Kinda the same as the bolt, however he said the Outlaw looked better
Winner: Unknown, slightly Outlaw(on looks alone)

Sight rail: Mostly looks on the shutter, the Outlaw is high enough to see over the power feed(barely)
Winner: Outlaw

Shroud: this is me personally, but all these do is scratch anodizing, about the same really
Winner: no one

Regulator: The shutter more or less is just a small valve regulator, the Outlaw is Much bigger, but that due to the fact it is more complicated and works better
Winner: Outlaw

Expantion Chamber: Shutter Has one, Outlaw doesn't, easy choice right? Not really, see the x chamer is put after the regulator on the shutter, so it will throw readings and regulation off.
WINNER: Tie, Shutter has one, but it is lowering preformance

Ball Breakage: Shutter was more consistant, broke a few Brass eagles, a few RPS premiums, and a few Marbs. Outlaw preformed consistantly better with better paint, DONT BOTHER WITH CHEAP PAINT on this gun, BE's looked like i had spray paint, RPS prem's broke less than in the shutter, didn't break one Marbalizer though.
WINNER: depends, if you like cheap paint Shutter, If you use good paint any way Outlaw

Over all: I'm happy with my Outlaw, He's happy with his shutter, I say Outlaw though, if you find a good price it's a very solid gun
Weaknesses: I play football, lift weights, ect. I don't feel the gun is TOO heavy, BUT is is heavier that a M98 w/ flatline and expantion chamber. I also use a remot coil, i suggest one if you feel the gun is heavy.

Price: this gun isn't cheap, but i think you get your moneys worth

the elbow that ships is really tight at first, but the more i play the easier it is to put on

The power feed plug is REALLY tight at first, i took a pliers and turned and it SHAVED plastic off the plug, after that it's been fine.

The bolts that hold the grip frame to the body are pretty tight, i havent gotten them out yet, i dont want to strip them so i have been waiting till i can get so quick stips and replace them

The pin that holds the valve is also in there pretty good, i haven't gotten it out yet, but i've only tried twice, i did accedentally scratch the anodizing, wich was my fault. i sugest using a center punch, not an allan wrench.
Conclusion: I have been very pleased with this gun, It is NOT a high end gun, but is is deffinatly mid to upper mid level, i play against a lot of tricked out guns and do fine. It isn't a snipers gun, for that get a flatline M98, but if you need speed, here's your gun. You can easily make this gun compete with 'cockers and mags. Booh-yaah elcd trigger frame, cyclone bolt, and a barrel that matches your paint. other uppgrads i suggest for this gun is a gas through stock with x chamer, keeps liquid out and sits behind the reg, where it belongs, pluse makes you more consistant and therefore accutate. and a remote coil set up, Keeps bottle upright, liquid out of your gun, and is dang comfy, and a lot lighter. My suggestion is if your looking at a shutter, don't over look this.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:02 am PST
 

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