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mag_medic Friday, June 21st, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
smartparts progressive / smartparts venturi
Marker Setup: 68 automag
14" stainless aa w/ black front
benchmark single trigger .45 w/ ans grips
12v revo w/ aci elbow
pro-power on/off dropforward
kapp gas-thru grip
system-x 45"/4500* tank
*retrovalve soon-watch out*
shoot whatever you want, but i always recommend that you buy high quality paint because it saves you a lot of trouble
Strengths: -quiet-accurate-nice looking-cheaper than a boomstick and less trendy-
Weaknesses: weight is always an issue when you buy stainless, but i'll assume that you're not a newbie so you already knew that
Conclusion: DIAGNOSIS:if you are a serious paintball player and you're tired of all that trendy dye stuff, buy this barrel. don't get me wrong, dye makes a good barrel too, but they are not the best. people take it for granted that they are the best because pros use them. well, hey, i'd use 'em too if they were free. until that day i'll stick with my less-expensive-just-as-good-and-more-elegant-looking smartparts stainless all american because it just makes more sense.
10 out of 10

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