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Dan the ManPPS Tuesday, July 22nd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
autocockers
various other semis
Marker Setup: PUG, Superstocker/Houndstooth, Squall, Stroker and necessary accessories
Recommended
Upgrades:
2x trigger with guard is a plus, as is a good reg (stabilizer) Muzzlebreaks look good. Sight hoods help aiming, QEV's for speed.
Strengths: cheap for conversion of existing equipment to tourney standards. Accuracy better than many similar semis
Weaknesses: None really; great conversion job for existing pumps, turn-around time can be lengthy.
Review: This is probably the best thing you can do for an existing brass tubed sheridan pump. The marker is cleaned beyond recognition, nickel finish is great, as are PMI grips. Velocity adjuster is easy to use without disassembly. quickstrip bolt system included would put any cocker's pullpin to shame. The semiautomatic system added to the gun is a more refined version of the autococker's (IMO), as it keeps all the pneumatics inside the body of the marker instead of putting them out front. the marker can accept a pump kit from PPS, allowing it to retain its pump ability whenever you get tired of semi. The result will be a semi that is dependable as a brick and that will be able to perform as well as the majority of the mechanical cockers. Best of all, the end result will retain many of the appearance and handling characteristics as the marker had before it was sent in, giving each stroker a one of a kind appearance and feel. Remember to take "before" pictures to show your friends what the marker looked like before you sent it in.

Stroker won't hardly perform as well in accuracy, speed, and such as a typhoon, but is close and deserves at least an 8, possibly a 9 depending on the options and the original marker sent in for the conversion.
Conclusion: For the price of the conversion, a better mechanical semi can't be found. The lead time and price tag are worth the wait.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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