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

More than 5 years
Products Used:
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.
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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