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Unregistered User Monday, March 5th, 2001
Strengths: Ok, I really like this gun. For one it is very small and lightweight which is really nice. I also like the quick strip bolt a lot it makes cleaning the gun both on and off the field really easy. It has a great fire rate and it gets even better if you have some trigger work done. I hear the stock barrel is loud but if you get a vented one it is pretty damn quite. The Blazer has good air usage even without a stabilizer and comes ready for both CO2 and N2. It's VERY accurate (Palmers Barrel work can improve this too)
Weaknesses: It is a little bit of a hassle to send the gun back every time it needs work especially if you don't live in or near California.

A lot of people say it's not very upgradeable but and this is somewhat true but I can't think of too much you'd want to do with it that Palmer doesn't already do.

Not a lot of barrel options. Some people don't like brass barrels and that's all you get from Palmers (Maybe you could get a custom job)
Conclusion: The Blazer is a very solid paintball gun. It's a little on the pricey side only because there are a few upgrade I would recommend that add to the price making it cost and perform similar to a Palmer Typhoon with out having the mystique of the Typhoon. The bright side of this is it has a couple very big advantages over the Typhoon. One is the changeable barrels and another is the quick strip bolt that I think makes the big difference between the guns.

Compared to other non-Palmer guns of similar quality I think the Blazer holds it's own and brings some advantages to the table. It has a much better air system than any stock cocker I've ever used. I also really like its lightweight and ease of use it's a lot less finicky than most cockers.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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