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

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Sypder and WGP Regs, Bob Long.
Marker Setup: '03 Blue Sniper 2 + Palmer Reg
Cobra Barrel
Pi-Top lock Venturi Bolt and "P" Block
Shocktech - Cocking Rod - Rat 3:16 valve
Planet Eclipse Drop Line - Marco Line
Revi-X Board
Strengths: Built like a tank! The king of consistancy!!!
Weaknesses: Cost, but you are buying the best.
Review: If you've seen Palmers markers, then you know the guy builds the best, and this carrys over to the incredible stabilizer. I've run through several types of regs, now the spyder and stock WGP regs, have ended up on my backup Black Dragun.
The Palmers on my baby, now I know every shot is going the same place.
It's built like a tank and I've heard that a large number of the first stabilizers are still working. It chews co2 for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Even though I run a anti-siphon on my pump gun I know I'll never have to worry about it. I even removed the small filter to stop dirty co2 from getting to the valve. It's perfect!!!
And for people who say it's not a good grip, because of the connection and guage, you won't have a problem if you go old-school and shoot a pump.
The nickel finish is perfect, and it's a lifetime warranty on the product, just mail it back to Palmers and that's it, all fixed, but it never breaks! The guy's that sure of the Stabilizer.
Conclusion: If you're going to shoot co2 and hpa on pump or electronic, go buy yourself one! You don't have to worry about it. Like the old saying. Takes a lickin', keeps on tickin'!
10 out of 10

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