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BOBO Saturday, December 7th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
More than 5 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Phantom stock class ( twice the cost )
Marker Setup: Micromag Lvl 10 ( power feed left), Crossfire 47CI 3000 tank 9 V revy.

What I tested is PFR Lvl 10 with SP AA barrel. Bulldog N2 tank 12V revy.
Co2 qwik change. or remote setup.
Strengths: Reliability , accurate, respectable air usage. Small ,extreemly well built this aint your mommas plastic pos. Its a well respected classic paintball marker.
Weaknesses: the only bad thing that I can think of is that more people dont use them.Some people are saying its heavy ( weenies). The extreemy short pump stroke can take a bit of getting used to.
Conclusion: Okay right off the bat they are a great gun thats the very basic bottom line, few markers can claim to be as well built. I have used mine outdoors & in ( perfect for indoor). I personally had a blast with it indoors . IA brand new marker will take some working in. The gun is extreemly tight right out of the box so you gotta work the pump action a bunch to get it to flow like butter. If you run across a used one that it broke in grab it. The PGP has got too be the most venerable paintball marker ever built.
10 out of 10

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