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mooncrickit Sunday, December 22nd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Alleycat (slightly different)
Puma (great improvement)
Piranha (about the same)
Marker Setup: Puma w/ twin tanks that have Smart Parts on / off valves, S/P A/A barrel
Piranha, beaver tail rail, expansion chamber, J & J ceramic barrel
Better barrel and expansion chamber / bottom line
Strengths: The markers built by Indian Creek are precision machined and tough. They have an unusual tuning capability which will enable you to play in all types of weather conditions. They also offer the advantage of mounting the tank either verticle or horizontal. Or, you can mount two tanks if they have on / off valves. I own an Alleycat and a Puma and have never had a malfunction during play.
Weaknesses: The tuning takes a little bit of practice but it is not hard to learn.
Conclusion: The Indian Creek markers are precision machined and tough. They function extremely reliably and require little maintenance. I have only tested my Thundercat because my Alleycat marker just will not die or malfunction. I bought the Thundercat for a backup but I have yet had to use it. Plus, I picked up a Puma for a sweet price so I am now tinkering with it at the moment. The Alleycat, Thundercat, and Puma offer various bottle mounting capabilities or you can mount two tanks with on / off valves for added game play.
9 out of 10

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