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Unregistered User Wednesday, April 17th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
I've shot aTribal (horrible), angels, Intimidator, Shocker, and I shot someone's Rain Maker once (don't even ask how much that gun sucked), Spyders with boo-ya/ESP (they chopped paint like chinese chefs)
Marker Setup: B2K2
12" Boomstick
AGD flatline 68cu 3kPSI
Several custom mods
I think that the only Necessary thing that you need to get to be tourney-ready is a new barrel.
Strengths: The b2k2 is where it's at. I paintball as much as is humanly possible, and I've never had problems with it. The several different MOF (modes of fire) are great. I prefer the 3-shot burst <----It's nice because you can still use it as if it were in semi-mode, but when you get feeling lazy, you just hold down the trigger.
The adjustible trigger is about the best I've ever shot. Mine is shortened WAY down to just a 'tap,' probably less than 1/8 of an inch.
The only ball that I've EVER chopped in it was the very first one I shot through it--my boomstick wasn't on tight. Since then, never, ever, have I broken or chopped one sinlge ball.
ROF is awesome-who's gonna complain when they're effortlessly laying down 14 bps?
She's accurate. When I was testing my Boomy (and fav paint) with the gun, at 35-40 yards I was throwing a thight pattern; about six or seven inches in dia. I was VERY impressed. At 14 bps, there was no kick-back, it was very stable, allowing for great accuracy.
Weaknesses: Nothing. Once you get your new barrel (I really like my boomy), you're set.
Conclusion: Perfect. For $650, there is no way you can go wrong. It's not just "the poor man's angel," it's the smarter man's angel.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
PaintballGod221 Friday, December 26th, 2003 | 6:45 am PST
I got mine for $520

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