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jynxfactor Friday, June 7th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Cockers, Angels, Timmys, Bushys, ect,ect, ect,
Marker Setup: Sandridge F5 on a Spanky supercharged fishbone cocker
Recommended
Upgrades:
A top of the line loader. Smack to all of you that thought rev, and a double smack to you how thought of the rico. Halo, yes, thats right.
Strengths: If you feed it, it will fire. None of this monitoring you finger speed you can flat out hammer on the trigger and the gun won't even blink. FAST! @$$ SPANKIN FAST!

The eye works...well! I got a chance to play with the new IR3 with the COPS set last Sunday and it was definitely, limiting even with my halo on it, and it still chopped. With the sandridge the only time I've ever chopped is when I broke the eye during a game.
Weaknesses: I don't like passing on second hand knowledge but I have always heard that the customer service from Sandridge was just about the worst that you would ever see, I wouldn't believe it but every person I've talked to with an F5 says the same thing. But when I called and left a message I got a phone call back the same day.

I don't know if this would be considered a bad thing but make sure you use good batteries in it, the F5 can get a little...cranky, if the batteries start to go dead, but really don't we all.
Conclusion: My one warning for you all. When you get your Sandridge (and you all should) and you get it working well for gods sake don't mess with it. More problems come from people going through the gun and changing everything on it all at once. When you want to make an adjustment on it do it one adjustment at a time and then try it out to see the change.

I'm giving this gun a 10 because in my 11 years of playing I've never come across another gun that can keep up with the Sandridge.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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