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gto120 Thursday, October 2nd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
i dont use many cockers, ive tryed my friends xtreme cocker, and this gun.
Marker Setup: Angel IR3 Blue-Ice Fade last to be produced!
Custom products lightning drop
Evlution II w/ Y Board
3A nitrogen tank 68 4500
Warped back plate
I like the ebalde a lot, its very fast and the magnetic trigger is somthing ive been looking for for an angel for a long time.
Strengths: Accuracy, comes with any cocker. I dont know why
Weaknesses: kinda heavy, but not horrible like my old shocker.
Review: Very nice with an e blade and fireball makes em nice and pretty for you. They come with gen x regs which are nice and cp barrels. You just gotta get an eblade. The you will have an ultimate cocker. My friends orracle rips, and hes got the red to yellow to orange fade which makes the gun unstopable because the color is everything.
Conclusion: Cockers are great guns and fireball makes great ones. If i didnt own my IR3 i would be usin one of these right now. It gets a nine, if it had an eblade it would be a 10
9 out of 10

Review Comments
hillbilly PB Friday, October 29th, 2004 | 12:19 pm PST
eblade? this is for mechanical markers...

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