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frogstomp8181 Thursday, August 28th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
virtually every cocker out there
Marker Setup: AKA mini-merlin body w/ custom acid wash anno, matching 12" freak, planet eclipse e-blade, F4 wire nubbin ball detent, free-flo bolt, palmer micro rock LP reg, STO ram, black magic vertical reg, rat 3:16 valve, kapp hammer/velocity adjuster, kapp twisted cocking rod, kapp beavertail,cp flame drop, kapp k2 on/off valve
anno, f4 ball detent
Strengths: This is a must for anyone who wants to go low pressure with a cocker.
Weaknesses: I honestly can't think of any weaknesses with this body.
Review: Like I said earlier I honestly can't find anything wrong with this body, it is a great alternative to other low pressure bodies such as the orracle's, at a comparale price. What really won me over about this body was the simple fact that the body, is a mini-cocker body. It is a great upgrade for a front player, it's extremely light and compact. This matched with the e-blade makes and unbelievable marker.
Conclusion: I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is looking to go LP. Very light and compact, great for a front player. At $300, it's a must.
10 out of 10

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