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Venom523 Sunday, March 9th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month14 of 17 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
nothing like it
Marker Setup: Tippmann Realtree 98 Custom, Realtree 14" J&J ceramic, Realtree 12 volt Revolution, 32* starfire bolt, Rocket Cock, Psycho Ballistic drop forward, 20 oz co2 and a 71ci 4500psi tank.
Strengths: Insanely fast. Went through about 700 rounds in about 6 games and never broke a ball. Left it set at about 11-12 balls a second and it was great. Only paid $66 with shipping from eBay. My setup works well with Diablo/Draxxus Midnight, Blitz.
Weaknesses: Went through more co2 but it was cold so it could expand like it will in the summer. I just got an hpa tank so I wont have to worry about freezes ups. When tank gets down to about one quater full gun will only single shoot.
Conclusion: Make sure you only keep about half pressure on trigger, if you squeeze it hard it will only single shoot. My wife shot my R/T and I had to buy her one to. Great upgrade for the money. HPA can be refilled anytime so it starts to act up from lower pressure you can get more. Co2 needs to emptied for a good fill. I love it.
9 out of 10

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