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mooncrickit Sunday, November 3rd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Thundercat (slightly better)
Puma (a lot better)
Piranha (about the same)
Marker Setup: Piranha (early model), beaver tail rail, J & J ceramic
Puma, twin tanks with Smart Parts on / off valves, Smart Parts A / A barrel
Barrel & expansion chamber with bottom line.
Strengths: The markers made by Indian Creek are all quality machined. They are extremely reliable and perform well. They have a slightly complex tuning ability but this only adds to their reliability in all forms of weather conditions.
Weaknesses: You have to be a little mechanically inclined to properly utilize the tuning capability of the Indian Creek's markers (Alleycat, Thundercat, & Puma) However, after a little practice I believe anyone can do it.
Conclusion: I just about wore my Alleycat out so I bought a Thundercat for a backup. I haven't had to use my Thundercat yet because my Alleycat just won't die. I have also picked up a used Puma for a sweet price and I'm starting to tinker with it so I may never had the opportunity to use my Thundercat.
9 out of 10

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