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Cadet2005 Saturday, March 1st, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 6 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
A couple of "homemade" designs
Marker Setup: 98C with Proteam F/X setup for M4 along with RT
Strengths: Tis mine is extremely good at spraying the paint and even making noise. During a dry run when I first got it, the blast was enough to throw the CO2 about fifty to sixty feet, and of course gas will not travel as well as paint. It is simplistic to use and disassemble and outside of a brief moment of idiocy, I discovered that it was well documented in the proper maintenance, not to mention it has a way to order replacement parts which could come in handy (hopefully not but you never know).
Weaknesses: The tripwire mechanism is about the only thing I was not pleased with and this is mainly the supplied tripwire. I am going to try out a few things though to see if they work any better but outside of that, not much bad.
Conclusion: This is a great perimeter defense tool or even a nice noisemaker. The blast alone can pretty much be heard for a good distance and load her up with paint and poof, your enemy is going anywhere. I will admit I think that a monofilament 8 pound test fishing line would make for a better tripwire than the DMC crossstich floss that it seems to come with (don't ask how I know that) because it would be immediately visible (the floss stuff I mean) whereas fishing line is pretty thin and cna be ultrasensitive, and I do intend on testing this theory out. One other possibility is the idea of daisy chaining them which would be relatively easy to do, something I have not seen on other mines on the market.
9 out of 10

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