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XSycloneX Wednesday, June 18th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
More than 5 years
Products Used:
there are no other products that I know of that are specificaly designed to remove impulse hammers.
Marker Setup: smart parts vision impulse with 68ci 4500psi max flow, I-Frame, ND internals....
Strengths: simple to use, keeps hammer from being damaged, comes in colors
Weaknesses: kinda expensive for a tool that only does one thing
Review: very easy to remove hammer with. it doesn't damage the hammer at all. just put the hammer inside, tighten the allen key, and use another one to keep the ram from twisting. it makes it a lot easier to get hammers off since they need to be lock tited on. a must for any paintball shop that works on impulses. works very well.

I suggest that you and a couple friends who all own Imps buy it together. You can all share it, and make it cost a lot less. great simple tool
Conclusion: great tool. if you remove or install impulse hammers often, or if you are afraid of scratching them up when doing so, this is a must. i give it a 9 cause its a little pricey. maybe they should make an unanodized version to lower the cost.
9 out of 10

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