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Unregistered User Saturday, April 6th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Everything under the sun, I am a designer and dealer.
Marker Setup: Extensive collection.
A nice two-piece barrel, the stock is playable but like any stock barrel will not compare to an $80+ aftermarket barrel. J&J Full-Tilt best for barrel for your $$$.
Strengths: The latest low-pressure version offers a great deal for the money. New features include:

CNC Machining
Soft-Flex Detent
Hard Anodized Finish is Scratch Resistant (take a key to it and see)
New Venturi Bolt with Foamie
Low Pressure Operation
New Low Pressure Internals (The TRASK System)
New Long Wearing, Low Operating Temperature/Pressure Hammer Seal
Rear Thumb Velocity Adjuster with Tourney Lock
Weaknesses: New version is in short supply.
Conclusion: First off I have been involved with this sport for over 10 years, as a player, as a dealer, and as a designer. The latest version solves many of the problems associated with blow back (Spyder/Tippmann) style markers. IMO, given all its features, there is not a better marker out there for the price. Granted I may be Bias, my last name is Trask and I am the designer responsible for the new Low Pressure version. However, though I am a designer and technical director for Avalon, I maintain my own firm independent of Avalon. I speak perfect English (my forefathers immigrated here in 1628), and if anyone has any questions about the marker feel free to contact me:
10 out of 10

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