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RDTCU Wednesday, September 24th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
nothing electronic, just old spyders and such
Marker Setup: Piranha E-Force STS 2k3, ReLoader hopper, CO2, 8x3 drop forward, 11" stock barrel for now
new barrel (i have a 14" 3A KO barrel in the mail), drop forward or remote, spring kit if stock spring is too soft.
Strengths: very light trigger, sweet spot in semi, Burst 3 is useful, efficient
Weaknesses: hard plastic trigger and grip frame
Review: as soon as i got it, i ran ~150 balls through it. didn't chop or bust a single one. half of these were in either burst or full auto modes. i shot about 50 in one run on full auto, and it dry fired twice, but that's due to the hopper. the 2 stage 11" stock barrel is ok if you're not gonna shoot over 50 ft much. it's relatively quiet and accurate if you get the springs and velocity right. the velocity knob is a little loose (spin) when it's about half way out, so you want to make sure it's not backing itself off while you're spraying paint. if you use a small tank or a remote, the sweet spot in the semi setting is better. holding the gun loosely can give you short bursts a heck of a lot faster than the auto settings, but it's inaccurate when you do this....just for close range. YOU HAVE TO HAVE A FAST HOPPER! and you will be tempted to shoot a lot more paint, so buy extra.
Conclusion: i like it......a lot o, and it looks cool
10 out of 10

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