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easix6 Saturday, April 19th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 6 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Older PGP, Tippmann SL-68II, PMI-I, SL-68, Most Tippmann markers.
Marker Setup: PGP2K with custom "monorail" mod from
Remove the plastic and replace it with a copper monorail mod.
Strengths: Simple, accurate, cheap to operate.
Weaknesses: None after Plastic parts are replaced.
Review: Received my PGP2K a bit over a month ago...Didn't take me long to tinker the plastic parts off of it. I added my custom "monorail" mod to the gun with in 2 days. The design for the mod is free at my site . This really helped in making the marker sterdier. I enjoy and like this marker (PGP2K) more than the original. I have been playing paintball since 1987 and this is one of the best stock class configurations I have seen. For the money, it beats all other markers on the market.
Conclusion: The stock gun is very nice to shoot. It is made better with replacement parts for the feed tube to replace the plastic parts. I strongly recomend this product, especially to those who want a nice stock-class gun at a reasonable price. With a bit of tinkering this gun is better than the original PGP... I recomend it to all who read this.
10 out of 10

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