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sonnemann Thursday, July 31st, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
1 year
Products Used:
crappy spyder drop forward, drops maybe 1" and 1/2" forward
Marker Setup: diablo sabotage
fighter x sports drop forward 7.0
32 deg. exp. chamber
14" pmi razzor )
16 0z CO2 the fatty kind
VL 200
Strengths: looks pretty sick
drops forward
comes with hardware
adjusting rail is cool
Weaknesses: may be too big for some
black finish has imperfections
Review: i just got one off of ebay. whoever posted the msrp is...yes. it came the day after i ordered it in a small plastic cylinder.
the ad sounds lame, but it really does look pretty least, if it matches your gun.
it comes with two screws, and the back end has a slot instead of 2 holes so you can fine tune where you want your tank to go. (i make mine flush with the handle so you can't even tell it's there)
the black finish is thin inside the large slot of the df, and small imperfections are easily found. if you actually care about these things, well, you're an idiot. it does what it's supposed to do.
Conclusion: Looks nice, extremely cheap ($8 not 35), and does what it's supposed to do. buy one today. 9 because of the finish problems.
9 out of 10

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