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Unregistered User Sunday, May 19th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Stingray II, Green Raptor, Spyder TL
Marker Setup: ICD Desert Fox '98, Lapco Black T-stock, ACI 4-stage Sub Zero Expansion Chamber
New barrel, expansion chamber, nice grips for the 45 frame.
Strengths: Durable - built like a tank

Looks - sure to turn heads because of it's rarety and unique style. It looks pretty mean and compact once a few upgrades are tossed on it.

ROF (Rate of Fire) - 8+ balls a second without a break (get good balls). Damn nice.

Ease of maintence - strips main chamber and bolt with one screw... try that with an autococker.

Weaknesses: Loud - it likes to bark... at least it has the bite to back it up

Weight - nice and heavy... could be considered a plus for individuals who like something solid to hold onto (I do).

Stock barrel - not the greatest, but not the worst. A necessary upgrade if one wants to play seriously.
Conclusion: This is a solid marker, no doubts about that. The quality of it and the high-level performance it provides stock makes it a easy contender with markers twice its price. Aftermarket parts are rare, but aren't really needed. If you are looking for a gun that will please, this is your marker.
10 out of 10

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