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WICKKYMOB Sunday, March 16th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 5 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
the I frame but it still does not compare to the speed and feel of a true 90degree frame
Marker Setup: -the most unbilivable gun
-High Luster Silver RAT MI 412 (For all those douche bags RAT=IMPULSE)
-vert max flow
-ND bolt
-OTB vert frame
-PE 68 4500
-KAPP cradle
-rat hole brass hammer
-north west lowrise
-full freak
-ND slick shaft
-ND target cap
-Eclipse valve
Strengths: speed, lightness, feel, look
Weaknesses: I ONLY HAVE A DEMO FRAME RIGHT NOW so i cant tell u everything
Review: Well i can get all over the demo trigger and it does ot have that much tension so it looks like im going to be going insane in speed once the real ones come out. The compsite trigger is lighter so you will have higher rates of fire. The composite trigger also does not cause friction from sliding around in the frame like the blade, I FRAME, WERM frame, and the stock frame. Best trigger and frame i have ever used. Knocks the space frame from the angel off. I can outshoot and evo2 even thogh i am not fanning the trigger and staying tight to my bunker.
Conclusion: If you are really looking for a new frame for your imp go with the vert frame. It makes your gun smaller plus it makes you not chicken arm anyomre. The best thing it is more comfortable then the stock frame, Iframe, WERM frame, and the blade triggers.
10 out of 10

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