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The Ender Sunday, October 19th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
every other custom cocker
Marker Setup: 2002 Revenge V2, aka internals, modified angel minireg, Halo B w/ Warp feed, titanium boomer 16", 68/4500 Raptor AA nitro tank, self machined 8" drop, smart parts tank reg; '99 cocker, shocktech internals, front block kit, rat 3:16 valve, Macdev regulator, dye ultralite, 45/45 32 degrees air tank
Recommended
Upgrades:
a reg, it doesn't come with one, I would recommend MacDev, or my favorite, the Angel Mini reg, and a good barrel
Strengths: accurate, gorgeous carving, flawless anodizing, efficient, etc.
Weaknesses: expensive, milling may not be to everyone's taste.
Review: The twister cocker is probably the most extreme carved autococker in existence. I personally can't get enough of it and when I have played with my buddy's one at times I catch myself not paying attention to the game as I sit and stare. Still, I have met many who don't like it, and to be honest, I have seen jobs I like better, namely the Ripper by White Wolf Airsmithing.
To the performance aspect, what else would you expect from a $1000+ gun. It is fast, it is efficient, it is relatively quiet, and it doesn't chop. When you get into this price range, you really don't have to worry about performance, and you are buying appearance and preferencial treatment, like a good trigger job,(which the twister does have, a very good trigger)
Conclusion: It's a $1400 gun, with the most outrageous milling in the biz. You can't go wrong with this one if you can afford it. But you wouldn't go wrong with just about any gun at this price range if you can afford it.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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