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excaliburfiend Monday, September 30th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
tricked cockers
ALL ANGEL
timmys
Marker Setup: Excalibur #347 Red acid wash fade/ custom milled
10 inch dye boomstick
stick trigger
68/4500 conquest
Recommended
Upgrades:
new software when available
Strengths: everything
most consistent marker, most efficent marker
shoots like a cocker......
i love it
for some reason the genius' at AKA made the gun sooo low pressure it is incapable of chopping paint!! hummm
Weaknesses: expensive, and the wait to get one is really long
Conclusion: GET ONE

I wanted the best marker on the market and i chose this one, i could have gotten a IR3 but i didn't want one, i tried both the cobra mamba IR3 and this and i liked this much better.. is just cant chop paint.. also its much cheaper then the cool IR3's

I love this marker and i woulnd't trade it for anything. the only think that might come a close would be a RACE free flow cocker. but only if RACe actually got the act together and made their product reliable.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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