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p8ntguy04 Saturday, July 12th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
WGP 2003 autococker, piranha pro ts g3, angel ir3 fly.
Marker Setup: Hybrid Quest Numatix w/ Evvy 2 hopper, 91/4500psi system X tank, stock barrel
Barrel is a must I think for any marker, and maybe the bolt. and a good drop forward, blunt mini slide rail was too small for my tank.
Strengths: Extremly light, can be compared to the Dye Ultralight, very short trigger, derlin bolt
Weaknesses: Ram and 3 way leaked , got it fixed and it was good. new drop forward
Review: I think the guys at hybrid have a winner on their hands, it is a great cocker, very very light quick and just plain bad lookin, i love it. but the ram and 3 way leak kinda concerned me at first but i got that fixed and totally ripped it up on the field, i have had alot of people come up to me and ask what kinda cocker it was and were pretty blown away by it.
Conclusion: Fantastic cocker, light, short trigger, just get a new barrel and make sure the ram or 3 way aren't leaking and a new drop forward and you got yourself a cocker and will kick some paintball ass. GO GET THIS MARKER!!!!
9 out of 10

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