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Unregistered User Sunday, April 21st, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
I've owned a shocker,angel LCD,tribal,spider EM1.
Marker Setup: I shoot a bushmaster B2K2, with a 4500p.s.i. 88 c.i. apocalipse nitro tank, Freak barrel, dye stickies, and new reg, and ricochet 2K hopper.
You should add a new barrel, grips, and new regulator .
Strengths: This gun shoots super fast. The lcd screen on this gun is absolutely awesome. I believe that this gun looks better, feels better, shoots better, and sounds better than any angel out there. I have never ever chopped a ball in this gun. It is great that you can adjust the trigger wicked low like mine. This bushie is really good for people up front. This is not the poor man's angel, it's the smart man's angel.
Weaknesses: As everyone knows you should replace the barrel, because the stock one sucks. You should also get new grips and a better regulator.
Conclusion: This gun is definately the BEST electro out there. You should definately think about getting one.YOU MIGHT WANT TO TRY ONE OUT FIRST TO MAKE SURE YOU LIKE IT.
10 out of 10

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