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naughtylyon Saturday, May 24th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
shocktech timmy, GZ timmy, dragon timmy,ironman timmy, vision impy,shocker,angel speed, freak imp.and alot of spydrs
Marker Setup: texas storm,cp drop, cp on off valve, and a blue cp 14inch barrel, 91/4500 and a good ole' EGG "burn baby burn"
91/4500 , haloB or EGG, cp 16inch barrel, cp flame drop foward
Strengths: shoots really fast has 2 eyes and is very light and compact
Weaknesses: when changing the battery you've got to take the whole gun apart
Review: Shoots fast, sweet milling , very compact profile, fits so nice and snug with a 91/4500 , easy to clean and maintain, comes with a good stock barrel, already has the equalizer board, adjustable low rise, minimum kick, runs on very low pressure ( mine runs on 50 ) two adjustable regs, lcd screen with ball counter/timer/temp/bps ect..... really easy to walk the trigger,runs on one 9volt, has 2 eyes. what else can you ask for in a tournamet level gun?
Conclusion: when bob long is on top of his game bob is on top of his game
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, June 14th, 2003 at 4:41 am PST

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