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Unregistered User Sunday, December 30th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Stock Grips frames of many guns
Marker Setup: TL Plus, TL Plus Regulator, Big Daddy Barrel, Mako ELCD Storm Grip, 16 Oz Tank, 12V Rev. Hopper.
Strengths: + The trigger pull is literally less than a millimeter, all you have to do it vibrate your finger and it fires!
+ Several modes of fire.
+ On semi-auto mode you can fire almost as fast as full-auto mode because the trigger pull is so small, I can get going about 10 - 12 balls per sec on semi-auto mode.
+ Easy to install, 2 screws are your set.
+ Makes my spyder out shoot most cockers and compete with Angels, NO JOKE!
Weaknesses: - Since Mako took over Boo-Yaah's grip there have been some bugs with them. My first grip I recieved was defective, but I called the company and they were very apologetic and quickly fixed it, I can't remember but I think they payed shipping too!
- The price they have listed (around $250?) isn't true, I got mine for about $145, but still its kinda expensive, but well worth it.
- No safety button on it so watch out to not fire it by mistake (watch out for strong winds, it might set off the trigger -- lol).
- You might have to replace, and/or upgrade some of the internals (bolt mainly), and if you dont have an motorized hopper, you will need one.
Conclusion: * If you really love your gun and its set-up but its not keeping up with higher-end guns, get this grip frame to really get your gun competitive.

* If you can spend the money, do it, you won't be sorry, and if you are, just sell it on eBay and who knows, you might make money!

* Dont just try and put this grip on your stock gun, it will increase its performance, but to achieve maximum performance, upgrade other parts first (e.g. Barrel, hopper, bolt, LP Chamer, Air Supply, etc.). So basically this isn't the first upgrade to get your gun.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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