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MonkeySteel Sunday, September 22nd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: 2002 B2K2 LCD Blue Bushmaster. Kapp Drop Zone II w/ Kapp on/off. 14in Dye Ultralite Barrel. Dye Sticky Grips. Crossfire 71ci 4500psi.
Barrel, Bolt, Drop or Cradle N2 is a Must.
Strengths: I took it out of the box the day that I got it wiped it down. Placed the new dye ultralite on the marker. Added the drop and aired my bushmaster up. After placing a battery and the sticky grips on the marker it felt pretty good and ready to go. I adjusted the trigger to go off with a single touch. I took it out for a day of play shoot with the best of angel speed. And the range wasent to bad. The paint was right on target in a few shots. But shooting 13bps what is accurate? Its awsome and a hella alot cheeper than those other electros. With the same performance.
Weaknesses: The thing I noticed that it has a slight kick. But if your really that picky then you got problems. Have to open the grip to switch firing modes. Other than that thats about it.
Conclusion: It was a big step for myself to go to electro. Simply because I am acustom to using Autocockers. Simply like this angels are now caped at 13bps and so are the Bushmaster. So basicly you get the same performance no matter how much you want to spend. I say save yourself some money and get the bushmaster you basicly get the same performace. There are a few differnces but personal ones. Like myself I dont see myself spending a grand on a marker it self. Maybe on a new setup yes, marker no. The range is fine on the bushmaster. I play back and use a 14in ultralite and I get good range. No matter what gun I have used I still have to arch the marker even if its a Autococker or timmy or whatever. Simply because paintballs them self are not perfectly round nor are they by any means accurate. A freak kit may be the only way to correct this problem. I have yet to try this. But untill then Accuracy by volume is the way to make the most points on the field. Just ask Tom Kaye. I'm taking this from experience. But other than that Its a great marker with very little upgrades it whoops major butt. If you feel the need for speed but dont wanna buy a plastic electro Consider a Bushmaster
10 out of 10

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