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Unregistered User Tuesday, April 16th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Pirahana Ext Pro G3, Autococker, Sheridan PGP.
Marker Setup: HPA tank, All American Barrel, 12v Rev
As in every other post a barrel and use HPA
Strengths: Cant really say that much here im sad to say though you can crank the Velocity of this gun up on the fly and it can shoot VERY fast (in terms of FPS) I have to say that is about it read bellow as to why.
Weaknesses: Out of the box the the Hose that goes from the expansion Chamber to the rear of the gun (try to keep this non Tech for new players) was leaking. Local Paint shop had to lock tight a new one in. First game, ball breaks Alot, Using Marbalizer and All american Barrel. The next few monthly games were ok then the trigger spring busted. After Taking the gun apart I noticed that it was wayyyy too soft, these people obviously dont know a great deal about how to make a paintball gun. Also another factor here is weight, its not about the girly man factor its about the fact that its just not very light.
Conclusion: I recently bought a PMI Pirahana Pro G3 EXT and have had much better sucess with it. The customer Service is pretty poor and the warenty is not very good. PMI will give you a new gun as well as tippman, if a defect is found, Id like to see Avalon match that. Im not a Tourney player Im proud to say and obviously if you were even thinking about this gun, you more than likly are not either. For Rec players (thats not a bad thing here folks) Go with a Tippmann and or a PMI they make great makers and they have good customer Service.
5 out of 10

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