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chasingthesun Tuesday, April 8th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
wgp cocker, e orracle, dye reflex, evolution, black magic, freeflow
Marker Setup: 2003 red black dust fade vengeance 2.0 cocker
SMC ram
Micro Rock w/ red rock knob
Free Flow internals
Free Flow tungsten light hammer with flat lug
madmann spring kit
68 ci 4500 max flo system
halo b
e blade
system x reg to gas thru
evil pipes red black fade
Recommended
Upgrades:
motorized loader, e blade, barrel, internals, hpa
if you don't go e blade get a new 3 way (hollow point or bullet) and a kapp 15* asa
new inline reg or get a adjustable air system and remove the internals from the inline.
Strengths: light for a cocker, looks good, comes with fade anno.
Weaknesses: 3 way is prone to leaking, reg not very good.
Review: I think this is one of the best looking cockers out there (next to the lotus). It works flawlessly with the right upgrades. But then again so will any gun.

The 3 way requires a high operating pressure to seal the o rings, but that's more pressure than you need for the ram, so it puts a lot of stress on the ram and pump arm. Also a kapp 15* asa will help keep the timing rod in place (it gets out of place and causes the 3 way to leak.)
Conclusion: If your going to keep it stock, it's a good gun. If you're going to upgrade it like I did, you can get a Freeflow e bladed with custom anno for about as much as I spent on mine. Basically I spent $600 for a body and some spare parts. And $600 more on upgrades, not including barrel, air, or loader
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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