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Avery Saturday, May 3rd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Nipple covers from other companies, ones without lanyards
Marker Setup: 98 Custom - Ballistic Sports EM Kit, LP Internals, GTA Newstyle X/C, Shocktech Medium D/F, Flatline w. Sureshot Red Dot, Lapco Bigshot w. Smart Parts Hi-Viz, Custom Trigger Return Spring, Polished, Honed & Silenced Internals
Aim Paintball Crow Autococker - Stock internals, Intimidator Barrel, CCM Sniper II Kit
PT Professional - Custom Remote Fill Nipple, Hopper Adaptor, Ronin Leg Holster
Strengths: The lanyard, quality
Weaknesses: price, poor fit on some qd's
Review: Well, these work really well on most tanks, but my Air America Armageddon cannot take it. It seems that these have a very low tolerance for variation, since most nipple covers WILL fit on an Armageddon, though this one will not. It simply won't fit over top of the nipple.

Other than that, they are really expensive for what you are getting. On the other hand, if you are into colors, they are available in a real variety of shades.
Conclusion: A great product if you want to spend a little too much cash and it fits on your tank. The lanyard can be a real bonus.
7 out of 10

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