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s0m37h1n9 Monday, June 23rd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
CP Flame Drop, Psycho Ballistics Drop Forward
Marker Setup: Unmilled Silver ICD BKO, Ricochet 2K, Nitro Duck N2 Tank, Blade Drop, and some other stuff...
Strengths: This is a solid drop forward. What else could I ask for?
Weaknesses: The On/Off valve thing falls out every now and then. Screws not included.
Review: Overall:
This is a really nice drop forward for the price. After only paying $30 for a drop and ASA with and On/Off I had expected some corners to be cut. But so far there have been no shortcomings. After attaching the drop to my marker and screwing in the tank, I soon found that the drop did not wobble at all; very rock solid. The drop is cleanly cut and colored without any signs of machine work. The on/off is very well put together and comes in handy when I want to de-gas my marker between games.

Size:
This drop is very big. I picked it up because I started using a larger tank. If you are using a 68ci or even an 88ci I would recommend the CP Flame Drop or Shocktech drop. They are fit for more of that size.

Problems:
The only problems I can think of that you will run into are only very minor and can be fixed. The first thing you should do with the ASA is if you are planning to keep the plug in and not install a guage, warp Teflon tape around it and re-insert it. The next problem is the ASA becoming loose from the drop. All you need to do it tighten the screws a bit and maybe even use some loc-tite. And the last, and most minor thing is that the drop doesn't include screws. No biggie... just run out to the hardware store and pick up two for about 5 cents.
Conclusion: I gave this product a 9.5 out of 10 mainly because nothing is perfect. But overall this drop is a perfect match for those who need big drops for big tanks without hurting the looks of the gun.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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