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Unregistered User Saturday, November 10th, 2001
Strengths: Small, Light, Tons of fun....Basically the same as the STP except for the barrel which is much shorter and the bottom line....However I actually like the back bottle style for this marker.
Really smooth pump action.
Small size makes it a pleasure to use around small bunkers.
Seems acurate as heck. With good paint it shoots nails.
Many people who have tried mine really like it.
Weaknesses: Loud
Changing the velocity is a real B**ch. You have to either change or chop the spring and to get to it you must fist remove the grip frame. Then a tiny chance in the spring makes a big difference in the velocity eg. I took off 1 coil on my spring and my velocity drop from 280 down to 200fps. Mine did come with extra springs though along with spacers to tweek it a bit more.
Conclusion: Overall a very good gun once you have worked out the velocity.
I use it as a back up for my Sniper II or to loan to others who want to jump into a pump only game. Definatly worth the money I paid for it ($195 Canadian which is about $130-$140 USD). I picked it up on a whim and did not regret it.
8 out of 10

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