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ShockTechIs#1 Monday, August 25th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
System X Frame, doesn't really have a great feel. I feel like I'm gonna break it when I shoot it.
Marker Setup: Custom cocker with Shocktech parts. 14 inch Dye Boomstick barrel. crossfire tank.
Strengths: Feel, Speed, Trigger Design.
Weaknesses: Smoothness, Trigger Stop
Review: Good:

1. Feel- This gets paint out of your gun pretty fast. I stil have the Ryan Williams Complex
(basically, mechanical 'Cockers still kick serious @ss), so I'm attached to this. I can put out some mean ropes with this thing. It also has a very beefy feel to it, like you're actually holding something. I got the new one, it's alot different from the one in the picture.

2. Speed- If you got some good fingers, balls to the wall then...

3. Trigger Design- No-nonsense! Doesn't have these extraneous features that a Cocker can't live up to!

Bad:

1. Smoothness- You gotta put lighter springs in this bad boy.

2. Trigger Stop- it gets really annoying when you find the stopping point, and then in mid-game, from repeated shooting, having it back out on you. Then, you start to chop. I don't even set mine anymore, my hands move fast enough to make full strokes.
Conclusion: This problem is very good. Has the Shocktech name! Lighter springs and if it's nessecery, a trigger job, will solve your "problems"
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, August 31st, 2003 at 4:36 pm PST
 

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