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Unregistered User Friday, March 2nd, 2001
Strengths: Very solid construction. Super accurate!!! Great on CO2, I regularly get 18+ shots for one cartridge, before I see any decrease in the quality of the shots. Very compact, it doesn't have a loader sticking out. Its made out of metal, when combined with it's superior construction, makes it incredibly durable. It looks similar to real guns, that's cool!
Weaknesses: Sometimes you have to tilt it slightly back in order for the ball from the feed to get loaded. Is a little front heavey. Due to the fact that it is a pump marker, it's rate of fire is not comparible to any type of semi-auto marker.
Conclusion: This marker is a perfect marker for players interested in owning and using a sidearm. It performs super well right out of the box. No upgrades are necessary. It is totally worth how much it costs - I'm from Cananda and mine cost me $140. This is the best pistol on the market today. If you are at all considering purchasing a pistol marker for a sidearm or just as your primary marker, then this is the pistol for you. However, I strongly recommend a semi-auto marker for your primary marker (Tippman Model 98) and this one for your secondary marker. It is a phenominal marker!
10 out of 10

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