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Unregistered User Friday, September 15th, 2000
Strengths: Very accurate. The sterling has a very smooth and light pump stroke. This in combination with the auto trigger allows you a level of firepower that can easily match most semis when needed. Prices are around $300.
Weaknesses: A bit pricey, but it's only money. Most serious downfall difficult velocity adjustment(you have to change springs). This is easily solved by sticking a reg between the back bottle mount and the bottom line.
Conclusion: I would reccomend this gun to anyone who wants the best of the best. The only gun I would consider to be on par with the Sterling is a tricked out Phantom, but I personally think that the sterling feels nicer. This is purely subjective. All you need to do is get the Sterling, buy a Smart parts AA 16" and throw a WDP minireg on the back bottle mount and your ready to rock. You will have a pump gun that will surprise more than a few people and that you will always be happy with. I've had mine for over 6 years now and I've enjoyed every minute.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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