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Unregistered User Monday, October 1st, 2001
Strengths: Best Feature is Lifetime Parts and Labor From Pro Piantball. Therefore, this is a gun I'd reccmond buying used off ebay or anyone else over any ther cocker. To answer "RK" comment tow back on the forum under BAD, the gun pictured above is the 99 milling style. It is NOT a shocktech. Freeflows come in the 99 pictured above, that the lowest side feed base model i dont reccmond it, the Millenium milling style and Pro's new 2002 style which i have just seen at their store in victor, ny. Im not sure what the 2002 style will be called. Ive owned 2 freeflows, an orange and chorme 99 milling center feed that i traded for a dark angel (stupid, stupid)..........If you bring them a raw centerfeed body off ebay and build a freeflow like that, its way way more expensive than buying a lockout edition.. Other freeflow is my current 2001 freeflow with 99 milling, black and blue acid wash, hinge and a freak soon. My fav front pneumatics are mini rock, sto ram and bomb, and pro gives you the chocie of front pneumatics. . I few notes to check out to help date a freeflow besides the milling style.... The 99 milling came out in 99, but a person could order one in say 2001 like how i got my blue/blk acid wash one. So look for2 other things, the checkering pattern in a thin band around the center feed tube which was started in 2001 and a PROFESSIONAL stamped onto the 45 frame which started in 2000. Freeflows before this usually had benchmarks on them. P&P makes the professional frame for pro so the rumor goes.. Another thing to do when buying a used cocker if you have it in your hands is to simply roll the bolt across the flat surface of a table, and if the bolt is warped, then the bore on the inside of the gun could neeed to be re-stiff arbor honed, big no-no stay away from..
Weaknesses: Since you can specify the bore and the length of the boomstick or boomsticks that come with your freeflow there should never been any paint barrel crap in any gun reviews on the freeflow. If you dont like the bore duh you ordered it that size if you play with smaller paint usually, then why didnt you order that size. paint barrel probs arent pro's fault. Or get a freak with your freeflow, id highly reccmond that, never have to worry. The only other thiny things i dont like is that the bomb by shocktech is superior in the short throw to pro's bullit 4way. But remember if your bomb leaks, pro would probaly fix it for free but charge you parts because they dont make it. Or maybe they woudnt not too sure on that a good ? for them to answer..
Conclusion: Freeflows are amazing, Id Definatley reccmond one to anyone I know. BEST PARTS AND SERVICE OF ANYONE...espically if you live in driving disance of near rodchester, ny....Thye never hassle you over dumb stuff, i ordered my first freeeflow from them and it wasnt ready for a tourny, wasagh beach candidan national am open, and they give me a really really nice loaner no problem... Shoot a freeflow and see what everyones talking about. Get a nice reg like a vilglante, blk ice ans genx or the wdp regs pro is using now are good too. A good tank to get are angel airs, armgeddons, and my personal fav for ease of rebuild, raptor. veeryones got parts for these usually and easy to take care of... if $ is a concern, then check out ebay for 68/4500 and 88/4500 PMI pure enegry tanks. .. they go for pretty cheap this guy lists like 4 a day, everyday, teamamtes have gotten them and been happy.
10 out of 10

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