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Kocker141 Friday, July 11th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
ANS Jackhammer, stock reg, Rhino Reg
Strengths: Fast recharge rate, great company backs it, most consistent reg out there
Weaknesses: None really, except you have to purchase a rock knob seperately
Review: I used the Palmers Rock on my old 99' autococker for over a year. It performed flawlessly every time I used it. You just set it and forget about it. I never had any trouble with it and It makes it much easier to set your marker to pinch balls than the stock one.

All the other regs out there do their best to copy palmers and fall short in my opinion. I have seen ANS jackhammers leak like a sieve, and Rhinos refuse to work. I have never encountered a rock that didnt work. Truely a quality product.

It has one of, if not THE fastest recharge rate on the market to date. Which transfers into more consistency, less chops, and more bps.
Conclusion: Its from palmers, its great, it rocks :) I would gladly reccomend it to everyone. Its a prefect 10
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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