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Fargbollen Sunday, April 7th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Various pumps, Typhoon pump with semi conversion kit, Autococker, Automag classic, Tippmann M98
Marker Setup: Terminator T3 with double trigger and 45 grip, tournament lockdown and Harley chrome/ black finish (the new model from Diablo), Armson 16" stealth barrel, Coil remote with slide check, 20oz CO2, Dye Sticky grip
I also put vucanized rubber on the foregrip to match the sticky grip.
1. Electric hopper is a must! 2.New barrel 3.regulator or (like I'm getting) a Pamers Stabilizer to fit on the remote tank. 4. Venturii/ diffuser bolt? This may actually not be needed at all -the original bolt works very well.
For added comfort, maybe Dye Sticky grips and a gas-thru T-stock.
Strengths: Works like clockwork, no breaks after a full day of play (500+ balls shot). Looks great too. I love my new shiny chromed gun!
It shoots just as fast as any "fast" non-electro high end marker. What the heck am I saying! It can and has out-shot angels. 10 BPS is easy, but you can make it shoot even faster with a good 12V loader and bit of unorthodox firing style. The trigger feels like the marker's had a trigger job done. Better trigger than almost any stock mechanical marker on the market today. Most are not even close. The only one I've felt that's better is the Dye Autococker's.
Stock barrel is ok but a little short, keep it for front playing and buy a longer one for back.

Weaknesses: What!? I haven't found anything bad yet. Not one problem with the marker.
With this gun you'll use up a lot of balls because you'll enjoy shooting it so much and because you can. Is that a bad ting?
With stock barrel, it's a little louder than most markers but not as loud as some people claim.
Conclusion: This gun is great! More than worth the $150 + $100 shipping to Europe I paid for it.
Looks great
Plays great
Cheap for this level of quality: it's an economy class real tournament high end marker. You won't get the fancy extra stuff, but you will get the best stock trigger on the market and all the necessary stuff you need to play with the big boys.

Works great for a beginner/ intermediate player and is still more than adequate as a back-up for pro level. A gun you can keep.
10 out of 10

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