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Mokushi Faitaa Sunday, August 5th, 2001
Strengths: This gun is a beefcake. everything is sturdy. It'll take a beating for sure. its weight increases your accuracy, and for a stock barrel its not to bad. It has a damn fine expansion chamber as well (same as STO 'cocker) very good with C02
Weaknesses: the damn screws are too tight. It's supposed to have quick release thumb screws...mine doesn't, that kinda pisses me off. I've had the gun for almost a month now and have played with it 3 weekends, so it needs some lubrication in the bolt. But everytime my allen wrench starts bending I put th emarker away. (I'm scared I'll strip the screws) I'm sure once I get the balls to take the screws out, it'll be just fine. also, I think the trigger pull is too far, I like the feel of the M98 trigger and my cousin's cocker trigger much more. especially the autococker.
Conclusion: Well, the gun is definately better than any syder, except for the EM-1 it's built like a tank. The perfect marker for a newbie paintball addict. this is my first gun and it is great. I give it an 8. 9 and 10 ratings need to be left for the timmy's and the free flows (already saving up for a higher end marker like a custom 'cocker or maybe a shocker)
8 out of 10

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