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bigelowc Thursday, May 29th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Less than a month
Products Used:
WGP Trigger Frame and Stock Trigger Frame
Marker Setup: Black Magic Autococker
Strengths: Looks Great, Awsome performance, durable
Weaknesses: None
Review: I had a Stock slide trigger on my cocker and had a hard time shooting very fast. I loved my marker but wished it performed better. I just recently had the Eclipse Trigger Frame installed on my marker and took it out to test it for the first time. I was still able to short stroke from time to time, it usually happened if I shot too slow. Once I got a rhythm down It was very impressive.

It is hard to believe it is the same paintball marker. The performance is unreal and brings a whole new level to my game. I can sit back and shoot short bursts or can rip it wide open and shoot a stream of paint with very little effort.

If you can't afford to buy an electronic marker or want to upgrade your current one to use as a backup then this is the upgrade for you. The difference in performance is incredible and well worth the cost.

Look around I got mine online for $80 shipped to my door.

You wont regret buying this product...
Conclusion: This is a definate buy... 2 Thumbs up... After a barrel this is the upgrade to get...
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, September 21st, 2004 at 7:21 pm PST

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