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+aPe RuNnEr Friday, July 12th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: custom 98 flatline, x chamber, double trigger, M16 stock, remote, 12v hopper
in less then 3 weeks will have a impluse with a **** load of upgrades
get nitro, not to good with Co2 in the winter
Strengths: this is a very good gun, accurate, shoots fast, and can be used as auto, probably could preform up with high class semis and electros. also it is very durable. it has the 25 round clip with chain pull threw, with the 75 round hopper that goes as a handle under the barrel, so there is no need for a big bulky hopper, but you can still put one on which is very cool.
Weaknesses: This is NOT, I SAY NOT a newby friendly gun at all. my friend got this as his frist paintball gun (well he is also an idiot) he put paint in it that was baking out in the sun and shot it, which the paint ball got stuck between in the bolt. also seeing how you cant cock it back can cause problems which i dont like how it cocks by it self.
Conclusion: very very good gun if you know what your doing, if not stay away and get a tippmann or spyder
9 out of 10

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