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TheLimeShock Monday, July 8th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
More than 5 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
PT Extreme. PMI Tracer Pump. SL 68 II.
Marker Setup: 2002 Smart Parts All American Package. Lime Green 02 Shocker w/ Blade Trigger w/ smoke smart stickys, 14in all american two piece barrel. 14in stainless steel back matching front freak kit. 88ci 4500 max flow. Smart Parts drop forward. Gadget Grip. Lots of other markers.
Strengths: I have a old skool PGP. All Brass Construction w/ steel pump arms. Very Rugged. And the Accuracy is amazing on this thing. The force from one single shot back brings the pump back a quarter so it makes up for speedy cocking. I have never broke a single ball in my PGP since I have purchased it.
Weaknesses: One thing that I noticed was in the older PGP. There is no Spring in the feed to assist with the feed. Maybe if it had one it might double feed??? Oh well.
Conclusion: If you like Playing Stock pump games. Then this is the pump marker to get besides the sterling and the phantom. There are other Pump markers out there that are very good. This one is low priced with a very rugged design. And the accuracy is good.
10 out of 10

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