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FreeFlow202 Tuesday, June 17th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
More than 5 years
Products Used:
2k2-2k3 Evolution Autocockers
Marker Setup: 2k2 Vert feed Boxxer Milled Red/Black Acid Washed Free Flow Autococker Lockout Ed.
10 hole Free Flow Bolt, FF Valve, true bore & Arbour Honing, Tungsted everything
SCM RAM--Palmers Reg--FF Bullit 3-way
14 inch Anoed to match DYE BoomStick
Planet Eclipse Hinge with roller sear
Gladiator Regulator
68 3000 PMI Pure Energy Tank
68 4500 PMI Pure Energy Tank
68 5000 PMI Pure Energy Tank
FF Beavertail
Universal Uni-Mout
12 Volt revvy with x-board
Severe Cyclone, Diablo Hellfire, or PMI Evils

none just some basic stuff
Strengths: nice gun/ Quality/ fun to shoot
Weaknesses: Expensive
Review: It shoots uber strait, You wouldnt belive how many people at the IAO I destroyed. Its fast, Strait, and dependible, and I get like 1500 shots from a 68 3000, and its very light on paint its almost imposible to chop.
I cant care for this gun enough, it shoots uber perfect. Its the greatest! It even out preforms my 2k2 and LaSoya Timmys
Conclusion: its one of the best things ever made, its an awesome Gun and I love it to death
10 out of 10

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