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npausch Tuesday, May 27th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
Gas Thru foregrip
Marker Setup: Black Dragun PI/2
Sub Zero Stage 4 Expansion Chamber
Smart Parts Progressive 14 inch barrel
Strengths: Nomore Ice Chips.
use it like a Bi-Pod to balance on logs etc.
Weaknesses: Location of ASA adapter.
its a Little Stubby, but you get used to it.
Review: I used to shoot Ice Chips on all the time, decided that I've had enough and got an expansion chamber, My gun used to bounce like crazy for the FPS (230fps all the way up to 296fps) this has balanced it off and I have grown accustomed to the thicker and shorter grip. after using the stock gas thru, this grip just is more functional. installation was simple and the switch was easy. didn't need to get a New Macro Line or anything. all the lengths were the same. Installed in less than 5min hardest part was fliping my Bottom line adapter so that the hose was on the other side.
Conclusion: a Necesary upgrade for any Co2 user.

I paid about $25 canadian for my stage 4. (bought used)
best $25 dollars i ever spent on the gun.
I wouldnt bother with the Stage 6 (too much money and too long)
9 out of 10

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