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weltmaker Thursday, July 17th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Piranha EXT PRO 2k3 - A higher preformance gun. not quite the same as far as dead on reliability goes.
Marker Setup: Stock PMI EForce EXT PRO 2k3
SP Progressive 12" blk
Ricochet AK
PMI Pure Energy steel 68 ci 3k tank
none, if you absolutely wanted to upgrade it though, I'd say throw on a drop and use N2
Strengths: Nice barrel
good looking
Xchamber for CO2
no external parts
Weaknesses: Takes too long to field strip
no vert feed 4 those who want it
Review: The F4 line has been around for alot longer than most guns, since the F1 this series has been reliable and a great preformance gun. I have dealt with a few blowbacks, and a can defintely say this is one of the if not te best one out there. Only problem I have with it is to totally field strip it you must insert a pin into the top. On the plus side though it is impossible ot get dirt in there. There are no vert feeds on this particlar gun though, that is one thing many ppl dislike.

Then there is this model which has all the things you need to have a good gun. THe accurate barrel and an Xchamber for CO2. Although the F4 handles CO2 very well by itself. It is also a very effiecient gun.
Conclusion: The F4 is a great gun, now you can buy it with all the great upgrades you need for a decent preforming gun! It's eas to use and hardly breaks down.
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, July 17th, 2003 at 6:19 pm PST

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