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[CWB]warmachine Sunday, April 20th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
the only product that i can think of thats similar is a tippman a5 with an electroni trigger and i perfer the at85 to it because i dont need any electronics or batteries
Marker Setup: stock at 85 with a 47ci crossfire steel tank
get a bottomline if you have an angled asa
Strengths: the fact that there is no loader blocking you vision and the auto fire feature
Weaknesses: steep learning curve and can be complicated to get running
Review: very impressed with this gun it reduced my amount of paint useage and i found it very effivient on air i got an averrage on 500 shots with a 47 ci tank i like the idea of having to change pre loaded clips and mags it adds a new dimennision to the game. and it is a real haed turner on the field and it loud so it gets poeples attention. i alos like not aving the loader especially when you play gun shot eliminations because it reduces you porfile
Conclusion: i would highly reccomend this gun for someone who want something different and who likes the not having a loader in the line of sight.
9 out of 10

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