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Unregistered User Friday, March 1st, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Angel, Dark Angel, B2k, B2k2
Marker Setup: 1996 Autococker, All Shocktech Parts, Dye Hinge Frame. 20oz Pure Energy, PMI 68/4500, VL 12 volt Black w/ x borad inside lol. Tippmann M98, PMI Tracer Pump, Sheridan PGP Pump Pistol
Good Regulator for consistant shots.
Strengths: I just went down to my local store. They had a Black Bushmaster BK2 which is the one without the LCD. They put some air on it and whoa I barely touched the trigger and it went off. COOL I like it already. The Trigger is hella light and its adjustable. Stock Barrel is fair accuracy. Light weight overall. Comes in a variety of colors. Semi mode shoots hella fast.
Weaknesses: On the B2K there isent a battery door like the BK2K w the LCD. But thats ok the battery life is long. Stock barrel (everyone knows this story), change it to something better. Needs a better regulator. Have to open grip to get to firing modes. Oh well if your that lazy then you got problems. Needs some new grips like Dye Stickys or Smartparts Stickys.
Conclusion: Honestly this is about preferance. I have done my own test on all the electros and yes it is true in my opionion that all angels are over rated. Just go to your local store and ask them nicely if you can shoot a bushmaster and you'll see the differnce. The bushmasters trigger is alot nicer and smaller than the angel. And you can shoot just as fast if not faster than a angel. The good thing about the bushmaster is there easy to work on. Not saying angels are hard to work on there just alot easier. PLUS the price good lord 800-2000 dollars for a angel **Please**. People just get a bushmaster there very reliable and they have upgrades just like any other paintball marker. People that say they dont have angel problems are liers. Ever marker has broken down. Just a matter of when and how. I'm gonna get rid of my autococker for a Bushmaster. ***Please Belive me Bushmaster Feaver forever*** lol
10 out of 10

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