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Slimz Tuesday, April 29th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
None
Marker Setup: Model 98, 18"All American, tippmann X-chamber, Palmer's In-line regulator
Note: I have the stabilizer/regulator hooked directly into the expansion chamber because it was cheaper to buy the in-line version of the stabilizer, as opposed to the vertical version.
Strengths: -It keeps your shots consistent
-Eliminates ALL liquid Co2
-Easy to install
Weaknesses: Used visegrips to install it & scratched the paint, but that's my fault.
Review: I bought this direct from Glen Palmer for about $70. This was a litttle steep, but it was well worth it.

while I was installing it, I noticed that there was a layer of rubber sealant on all of the threads, so I didn't even need any lock-tite.
After I installed it, I noticed a drastic increase in the grouping of my shots. Before I bought the stabalizer, my paintballs would fire in a buckshot-like pattern, and I would have to resort to spray&pray whenever I fired. Now my shots are straighter, flater, and they all go the same distance. AND, becasue the regulator keeps a constant flow of air, I can shoot a tank almost completely dry before there is any change in velocity.

The greatest advantage of this stabalizer is that I can use Co2 at a lower pressure, making it like compressed air, only $100 cheaper.
Conclusion: This is an excelent product & I highly recomend it to anyone. It may not be the best regulator for Nitrogen, but for co2, this is the best thing you can get for your marker.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
allstarpainter Friday, February 11th, 2005 | 5:49 pm PST
u said its like compressed air except a hundred dollars cheaper - actually its 10-30 dollars MORE the lowest priced HPA tank goes for $70 bucks
   

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