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MojojojoAF Thursday, July 31st, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
3 years
Products Used:
Powerlyte with Eblade, Cockers with Eblade and they don't compare
Marker Setup: EXCALIBUR, Sidewinder reg, Dye SS Boomstick, Reloader
It was perfect, I dont own it but it worked hella good for me.
Strengths: Quiet, fast, accurate
Weaknesses: I don't own it!
Review: I tested this Excal last night after practice and I was really very impressed. It was quiet and soooo fast. It had no kick to it at all, and I was ripping paint. I ended up playing a game with it and it was down to almost 300psi and was still ripping, although the ball began to arc just a bit. I had never used a gun that was so low pressure.

There was no eye, but I never chopped once. I did not feel any weight penalty as I had heard nor did I see anything wrong with the gun except the splash ano wasn't my flavor.

I can not tell you how impressed I was, I had been using me Ebladed cocker all night and was very happy with it untill I started using the Excal.

Conclusion: If you can afford one, I am going to guarrantee you will like it. This marker rocks.
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, July 31st, 2003 at 7:24 am PST

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