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Unregistered User Wednesday, November 14th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
2k1 Dark Cocker
2k STO
2k Black Magic
Titan Envy
Marker Setup: blue to gray cobra angel
-mac dev conquest 68/4500
-mac dev glad reg
-intellifeed

silver to red cobra angel
-*same set up as the other

custom blue freeflow cocker / vert
-mac dev conquest 68/4500
-mac dev glad reg
-dye hinge triger
-full rock reg
-sto ram
-the bomb 4 way
-tornado valve
-akalmp hammer/spring set
-tornado bolt, free flow bolt, superlfy bolt

custom red to black freeflow cocker / rhf
-*same set up as above

-2k stock body autococker / rhf [i bought it before the vert came out :mad: ]
-*same set up as above

hyper sports works blue sl shocker
-wermbolt
-maxflo 88/4500

sho sniperII
-*i use whatever air on this
-mac dev glad reg
-rock reg
-palmer's clippard ram
-palmer's quick switch
-tornado valve
-akalmp hammer/spring kit
-dye single trigger frame
-akalmp trigger plate/sear
-superfly bolt
Recommended
Upgrades:
check out my gun list =) [just to let you know, i had those mods done only because i'm a big akalmp fan and they were not really necessary. i just have some weird preferrences]
Strengths: it's a freeflow...this should not need any explaining
Weaknesses: there really is no need for this section
Conclusion: i just bought my second freeflow a couple of months ago but i've had my other one for about a year and a half now. all i have to say is that they did not sacrifice reliability for performance. not once have i needed to take my marker apart for some kind of repair. i play almost every weekend and i have to tell i don't think i have broken a ball by pinching it yet. barrel breaks only. [then again i'm not really well know for my memory skills =) ] as you can see from my gun list i do own quite a few markers. my two freeflows are my favorites. i've owned those two angels for about the same time i've owned my older freeflow and both of them have about 800 in the odo. does that tell you something? oh, as soon as i can i'm gonna send my angels back to pro paintball so they can hook them up freeflow style. woo hoo


good luck out there
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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