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scooterRshack Saturday, May 3rd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
phantom, carter
Marker Setup: gold phantom vsc- 11in barrel, 10rd mag, matching Tstock.
acid green vsc- 8 in barrel, 15 rd mag, matching Tstock.
urban camo vsc- 14in barrel, 15rd mag, black Tstock.
Recommended
Upgrades:
barrel, unless you get it with a smart parts barrel. autococker ball detent. main spring from a spyder or similar installed on the cocking rod.
Strengths: nicely built. light. not verticaly fed (maybe not a strength to some)
Weaknesses: shims for vel adjustment, may need a cutdown spring for indoors
Review: i had this a few years back and was one of the few guns ive had that ill possibly purchase again. it wasnt a badassed speedball gun or anything but was one of those dependable guns that i could pull out at anytime and it was ready to rock.

i didnt have it for long( i bought it as a test gun when i was running a field) it was only sold because i got tired of someone begging me for it and finally caved in. ive got a few phantom stock guns right now but when i do buy a non stock class pump, itll more than likely be another sterling.

the only problem i had with it was the bottom line adaptor that came with it was junk. it would cut the o-ring every time the tank was unscrewed. a new BL adapter cured this.
Conclusion: if you want a pump for rec play and want something that isnt a POS, the sterling is a fine choice. its been around for quite a while and the price still reflects the quality of this gun. there isnt a whole lot (if any) upgrades, but then again, besides the stock barrel, theres nothing that really needs upgrading.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, May 3rd, 2003 at 4:28 pm PST
 

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