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Unregistered User Saturday, March 30th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
2 years1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
impulse and angel
Marker Setup: 3rd gen bushy, sonic asa, hogue grips, tko dropforward, palmer stabilizer anodized to match, sonic ball detent, ricochet 2k, 4500 88cc nitro tank, and soon to have a warpfeed.
Recommended
Upgrades:
different reg (stabilizer- an absolute must for co2), different barrel, fast hopper or warpfeed, a dropforward, and grips (get hogues 'cause they are only $10 and mine are just like dye stickies.
Strengths: Well, I simply haven't had a gun as dependable-except my model 98. The bushies are very easily made to any players style. They have triggers very similar to angels. I measured my pull to be about 1.5 mm long. I wouldn't get any other gun except a cocker for its sliding trigger. You'll also need something better than a revvie to keep up. I got a ricochet 2k and I'm still outshooting that, so now I'm getting a warpfeed. Contrary to what many will say, you CAN run it on co2. I ran mine with a vigilante reg and I didn't have any problems other than shootdown, which you have to expect with such a high rate of fire. For weather below 40 F you should get a palmer stabilizer, which is really consistent with co2 and nitro. Indian Creek has awesome customer service, too. I sent mine in because I didn't know what I was doing when I was tuning the LPR and they upgraded most of the parts and got the settings under control......entirely free. I'd take this over every gun out there except the angel, only because of its similarities and I prefer the milling.
Weaknesses: I haven't had any problems that were the gun's fault. I do wish that it was shorter. It looks like a square, and I'd rather have it longer and shorter like the angel. For nitro, you have to have a dropforward. But you need that with all guns with nitro. You might want a different reg for faster firing. Get a different barrel. I'm still using the stock, which works great with Flash and Inferno, but once you chop-from not feeding fast enough- it will NOT clean out, you have to squeegee. The stock grips are horrible. All of these problems come with all other guns, except the barrel.
Conclusion: By far the best gun for the money, quite possibly THE BEST for some people.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Apoc304 Wednesday, August 27th, 2003 | 6:09 am PST
dont get warp feed....
omg they're heavy and they suck, just get a halo b
   

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