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Jgo Factor Friday, August 8th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
4 years
4 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Sheridan P68SC w/
-Crosman Modified Stock
-Faast Changer
-Velocity Adjuster
*Optional TASO 4"Barrel Extension
Faast Changer -You only have to turn the knob 2 1/2 times compared to 8 turns it takes w/the original knob

Speedloader -Allowys you to hold more ammo and reload faster. Replaces the ammo plug that can be easily lost.

External Velocity Adjuster -Its easier than pulling out the bolt to adjust velocity

Insta-Pierce -So that you don't have to waste one shot piercing the 12gram.
Strengths: Efficient
Long-Grippable Pump Arm
Low Profile
Rarely Chops Paintballs
Low Maintenence
Weaknesses: Paint rubs off over time
No Longer in Production
Review: This is basically an upgraded PGP.

Stock setting compared to PGP stock setting:
Longer Barrel
Longer Pump Arm makes pumping easier
Easier to take out bolt
Easier to adjust velocity (you have to remove the bolt first)
Holds 5 paintballs more than the PGP
Longer CO2 Knob allows for better grip
More weight is put forward because of the longer barrel, it makes it feel a little unbalanced.

Make sure that you clean out the paint (the one Sheridan used to paint the P68SC black) that is left inside the barrel. This gives the gun better range and less of a chance for it to chop paintballs.

Also break in the pump arm so that it isn't still when you use it.. It doesn't hurt to grease up the pump arm either.

Paint rubs off of it after awhile so becareful when cleaning it after a game.

Most aftermarket parts for the PGP are compatible w/the P68SC.
Conclusion: Like I said, this is basically a upgraded version of the PGP. I wish that these were still being made today.
9 out of 10

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