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camz406 Thursday, September 26th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
E99's tl, busmaster icd
Palmer male stabilizer, bushmaster vert adapter{so you can mount the Palmer}, Barrel {JT 2pc, Boomstick, ect. the J&J wasnt to bad on it.}, Drop forward {dont go crazy just a lite one.} Take out the venturi.
Strengths: For the price its great, I have put, an angel feed w/ long tube, a Palmer male reg, Bushmaster vert adapter, clear grips, A JT 2pce barrel, and a Lapco drop forward, You need a nitro tank but thats good to have anyway, My gun {and me} get kills on cockers and angels but I also do that with my E99, and I got hit my kids with Sabotages before so It really doesnt matter what your shooting get a gun in your pricerange that you can afford to use, I am not saying anything bad about the cockers and angels I would just rather have 4 EM1's or bushmasters,. My gun all together cost me around $500 and I think it was worth every penny hers a pic... Copy and paste that.
Weaknesses: single trigger but still fast enough to need an electro hopper,
Stock reg is junk
Thats it have fun.
Conclusion: Great gun dump acoule hundred into it overtime and it will be real nice.
10 out of 10

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