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stockcom Thursday, October 23rd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
ans jackhammer, sto lpr, palmers lpr, shocktech lpr
Marker Setup: vf cocker with low pressure internals and a whole bunch of other stuff (i'm sick of having to type it in every time)
Strengths: size, low pressure, consistency, price, looks, reliability, adjustability
Weaknesses: none
Review: so for the longest time i had an ANS jackhammer. the best cocker lpr on the market. adjustable, low pressure, looked pretty cool, and was pretty dependable. i've been shooting cockers for over 3 years and every one had a jackhammer on it. so one day i bought a vert feed body and a bunch of low pressure internals. someone told me to get a palmers. another person told me to get shocktech. yet another told me to get a non-adjustable STO. however, the guy who put my cocker together for me, and one of the best cocker techs if not THE best cocker tech in town told me to get a tickler. i'd never even heard of it at the time, all i knew was that it came on the orracle. so i bought one, and the moment i got it i thought it was a three way. the thing is tiny! for years i had a 4 1/2 inch front block reg, and now i have a 2 1/2 inch front block reg... the ram is the longest piece on my front block now. i like the fact that it is adjustable, and the thing runs at super-low pressure. i haven't chopped a ball since i put it on. seriously. it is pretty cheap as far as lprs go. i got mine for 45. a palmers or shocktech which are bigger, higher pressure, and don't look as cool are also more expensive. also i have never had a problem with it. i do know a few people who have lost the spring, but that is their fault and they got new ones from WGP. i think WGP hit this one right on the button, and for once they make the best lpr on the market.
Conclusion: if you don't have a tickler on your cocker, go get one. it is smaller, lower pressure, more consistent, and cheaper than almost all other front block regs out there. everyone i know who shoots cockers either has one or is going to get one. i have had mine for quite a while and have never chopped a ball with it on my cocker. and it is a far cry from the big, ugly lprs and looks too cool for words.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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