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Lightningbolt Thursday, August 22nd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98c
Boomstick 14"
J&J Ceramic 14"
Revy 12 x
Palmer stabilizer set @ 600 psi w/ c02
polished internals
Strengths: I had problems with marker parts frosting up which led to things not working properly as well as large clouds of c02 blowing out of the barrel before the Palmer. Also had velocity fluctuations like mad. The Palmer really took care of these things.I even got field chrono'd once after blowing off alot of rounds and the fps matched up with in 1 fps from my pre-game chrono which my gun was only fired about 10 times. NO MORE HOT MARKER PENALTIES!
With the addition of a guage I was able to dial it in to 600 psi. If you don't use an r/t, the psi should be able to be set even lower. Uses less c02 too.
Techs at the Tippmann factory told me it's the best reg. you can buy.
Weaknesses: added weight
that's it
Conclusion: get one now
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Robert Soward Tuesday, March 30th, 2004 | 6:47 pm PST
what are the different psi settings

call_me_jum Sunday, June 6th, 2004 | 7:29 pm PST
It's adjustable between 0 and 900 psi, i believe.

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