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Sk8rdavid Sunday, September 14th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
simple gravity fed
Marker Setup: sypder e99, empire hopper, 20 oz c02. getting a new barrel veryy soooon and maybe a new drop forward.
Strengths: Very fast. Small. Sound/vibration activated
Weaknesses: Not very sturdy plastic. On/off situation is slightly confusing. Read review for story.
Review: I really liked this. My sypder e99 is not a particularly fast gun, but it gets about 13 bps and it could handle that no problem. It seams kind of weak tho, structerally, the plastic looks like it could crack. My one issue with it was that at one point i was prone and in the middle of a fire fight, and i ran out. so i whiped out a tube and poured em in. And in the confusion/fear of the moment i didnt fully close the lid of the hopper (making a noise it recognizes) so it wasnt prepared for when i started firing. It chopped a ball but not too severly and immediatly corrected itself. My fault more than its, but just thought you should know.
Conclusion: I really liked it, and its better than all 9v's and better than revy 12v from what i was told by friends. It was cheap too only 50$.
9 out of 10

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