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ChinchillaFace Sunday, July 14th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
3 years
Products Used:
Kingman Frames
Marker Setup: Spyder TL Plus
14" Boomstick
12v Carbon Fiber Revvy
Mako ELCD Frame
Smart Parts Max Flow Reg
Warp Feed
Psycho Ballistics Pro Drop Foward
68/3000 Crossfire HPA Tank
Strengths: I Really like the LCD display screen. Other frames on the market just don't live up to the LCD on the Mako Storm. There are so many options to choose from, like a ball limiter, timer, shot counter, etc. There is Semi-Auto mose, a Burst mode from 2-12 shot bursts, Full Auto from 5-15 bps, Turbo Mode(really retarted), and safe mode. I really like the small trigger pull, it makes it easier to fire 12-13 bps on semi mode. I could pull about 8 bps with my stock TL Plus frame, but now i can get atleast 12.
Weaknesses: Nothing really, only that gravity will not feed 15 bps, so you need a warp feed to run it to its full potential. I ran it at about 12 bps with just a standard 12v revvy and it worked fine. The Spyders will uncock themselves if you fire to fast(About 9bsp) with CO2, because the liquid gets into the chamber. Piranhas do not have that problem for some reason.
Conclusion: If you are looking to go electro, get this frame. It is worth the pretty penny. Don't waste your time with the crappy Kingman frames. Don't get me wrong, I like Kingman guns, but the electro frames are crap. You should probably have Compressed Air if you want to shoot full auto, or even fast, so you don't get drop off.
10 out of 10

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