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Unregistered User Wednesday, April 24th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 months
Products Used:
I used the Talon Ghost.And tested a Spyder compact
Marker Setup: All stock But painted the barrel black.Might port it my-self if it dosent work ill just get a new barrel.
Longer barrel and if dosent have an bottom line you need to get one.And if you want get a bigger hopper.If you can get a new trigger.
Strengths: It's a great gun for most beginers or just for backup.Its light and very accuret.Its just as good as some as my friends 200$ dollors guns.Acutaly i think its better.You dont use alot of air.And its just as powerful as any other gun would.And the best thing its cheap($80-$90)
Weaknesses: Its hard to cock and the barrel is ti short but you can get a new barrel for like $30 dollors or something.And when you pull the trigger It makes a squeeking noise its kinda anoying but i got used to it.
Conclusion: Like i said its a great gun for beginers or just for a back-up gun.Alss you need to do to it is what i listed up above.
So get off your couch potaeto butt and go buy a Point Zero Model 83 and go have some fun.
8 out of 10

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