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angel freak Friday, February 22nd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
sandridge F5
tiny tornado F5
Boston Paintball Twister cocker - The Best
Reflex cocker
Shocktech SFL
Dark cocker
Eclipse cocker
Free Flow
Sonic Cocker
Marker Setup: 1)Boston Paintball Custom Built Twister Cocker
Evolution Sledgehammer reg. - chrome
Shocktech ram - chrome
Shocktech bomb 3-way - chrome
Dye gas block - chrome
Dye gas block screw - chrome
Shocktech hose kit - chrome clamps, blue hoses
Kapp asa adapter - chrome
Stainless 3-way rod and coupler - stainless
Stainless pump arm - stainless
AKA tornado valve - silver
Evolution Hammer w/rex nelspot velocity kit - chrome
Shocktech delerin bolt - black
AKA lightning bolt - nickle
Evolution Bolt with pull pin - chrome
KAPP .45 frame - chrome
KAPP cocking rod - blue
Shocktech .45 beaver tail - blue
P-block back block - chrome
KAPP trigger plates - blue
Chrome trigger shoe - chrome
Dye sticky grip pannels - carbon fiber
KAPP springing
All stainless screws
Air America Vigilante reg - blue
KAPP drop zone 2 w/asa - chrome
PMI 45/45 screw in tank
Dye 10 inch Boomstick

2) Boston Paintball REFLEX cocker
Reflex kit=reactive trigger
*Custom front block
*Shocktech Bomb 3-way
*2nd Boston Paintball 3-way
*Boston Paintball Ram, with Rate of Fire adjuster
*ANS jackhammer reg
*Reflex reactive trigger piston
*Boston Paintball Trigger plate
Spanky Cobra body kit - fire
Stainless steel actuator rod, and pump arm
Evolution Bolt
Shocktech Delerin Bolt
AKA lightning bolt
RAT valve 3:16
Evolution hammer w/rex nelspot velocity kit
Dye sticky grips
Shocktech drop forward
68/45 WDP AIR
14 inch AA freak kit - stainless back, blue tip

3) Sonic Cocker
Race gun electro grip and 3-way - chrome
Anti chop eye
KAPP drop zone w/ air america rail
88/45 armegeddon
CP barrel

4) Dark cocker
Sandridge complete conversion kit
Dye 16 inch Boomstick
88/45 max-flo
shocktech drop

I don't really like any of the components chosen on this gun, so I'd end up changing alot, but from a non biased point of view:
A new trigger frame, that carbon fiber ::cough::plastic::cough thing worries me.
I'm not sure what its internals are, as its not my un, so I can make suggestions about that.
Strengths: Nice trigger job. Really good anodizing. Pretty cool milling.
Weaknesses: Bad choice of parts, there all stock. Everything on this is the same as an STO. I guess thats why its the same price range as an STO, but its still the same as another gun. A custom gun, especially a cocker should be individual, especially when there are thousands of parts to chose from.
Conclusion: Pretty good shooting gun, but not really custom, and I think, if better parts were used, it would have much higher preformace. Its good, but not built to take full advantage of the masses of aftermarket parts available.
6 out of 10

Review Comments
poorbutgood Thursday, February 12th, 2004 | 11:46 pm PST
i dont think that people care about the setup as they do about the review. it kinda gets annoying. cut it down a bit, or at least dont press enter for every little thing.

DuckMan29 Wednesday, July 14th, 2004 | 5:47 am PST
yeah why does it seem that all experienced dudes are obsessed with their guns? Wow you have guns that nobody cares about, go killyourself

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