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Unregistered User Wednesday, March 27th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
4 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Spyders and tippmans, and the list goes on and on...................
Marker Setup: Lets see............
I have a Benchmarker Expansion chamber and thats it
Oh yeah....since i got my F4 in 98 i have the oldscool straight barrel(no muzzle break) and it shoots straight as hell. Ive even shot a birds and squirrels with it.
Expansion chamber and if you really want get a barrel. Especially if its one of the new barrels with the muzzle break
Strengths: everything
The valve system kicks ass. I refill my tank every 3 weeks or so
Good cold weather gun (we're talkin -20 degrees below 0 )
Actually its good in all kind of weather, rain, sleet, hail ,snow, heat
Shoots straight
HIts hard
Chicks dig it!!!!!
It makes a col noise when it fires
Highly upgradable
Better then a Syder
Weaknesses: nuthin at all
Never chopped a ball yet
and ive been using it for over 4yrs now
Conclusion: BUY it
Youll kick ass with it.
PLuss CHicks dig it
they really do cant go wrong with this marker
Its a perfect all around conditions gun
10 out of 10

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