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lordevan Wednesday, January 1st, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
1 year
Products Used:
GZ Intimidator with WAS Equalizer and volumizer. (A lot lighter and faster (only noticeable when shooting 20+ bps), but doesn't shoot as smooth and no where near as air efficient as Freeflows.)
Marker Setup: Lotus Freeflow
True bore and arbor honed
Racegun frame with ACE
14" AA Freak Kit
Sidewinder Inline Reg.
Mac Dev Conquest 45/4500
Racegun or e-blade frame are a must. Going electro is a must in this day and age. ACE is not really needed, but it's nice to have just in case. The true bored and arbor hone option is very highly recommended since it take cocking pressure down to around 30psi. Good barrel or air system would also be nice.
Strengths: Almost everythign that one looks for in a high end gun.

-Fast (only with an electro frame such Racegun or e-blade)
-Very air efficient
-Shoots REALLY smoothly, very little kick.
-No chopping
-High quality control
-Life time warranty
Weaknesses: Very minor issues such as:

-Heavy. Freeflow definitely could have milled out more of the body.
-Hard to clean.
-Wire beavertail has sharp edges that scratched my google.
-Lack of trigger options for the racegun frame.
-Bolt is aluminium (dunno if this is bad).
-Operating pressure is high, 280-300 psi (dunno if this i bad either).
Conclusion: I trade my GZ for this gun and I must say that I am very pleased. Raced Freeflow shoots very smooth, fast, and accurate. Trigger is as short and light as any gun out there. I took this thing out to a indoor field and people were amazed at how I was able to rip like I did with a cocker. My only complaint is that it is noticeably heavier than my old GZ. I hope that Freeflow will release a version of their cocker that is as light as the SFL.
10 out of 10

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