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wgpmasterah Tuesday, November 25th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
2 years0 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
stock 2k2 sledge hammer, palmers rock, ans jh2
Marker Setup: 2k2 Vert. Glacier-Ize freeflow cocker, 8 hole freeflow bolt, 2k3 sto ram, belsales 2 stage reg, stock sledgehammer with belsales twister cap and custom settings, stock wgp, vert reg-psi set to the lowest at 270'ish, stock 3-way, phsyco drop with a blue macro, 48ci 3k psi nitro. Ans quickfire slider at 2mm trigg. pull.
Strengths: very nice, no doubt bout that
Weaknesses: eh.. i'll explain in review
Review: all in all, this reg is different. Ok but, i'm putt a different reg on this post. It's still the belsales, but it isn't the evo. reg.. well i guess it is. But it has a 1st stage. The belsales i have is a 2 stage reg. Which, there are 2 pieces that comes off. There's the back end of the reg which screws off to fine tune the reg. Then there's the front twister cap. Ok, the reg is good. But get's annoying when you try to perfectly make your cocker lp. So i found a new discovery. Sledgehammers are REALLY GOOD! i don't understand why people dump'em once they get their cocker. If you take off your sledge hammer, u unscrew the female/female screw that is screwed into the back side of the reg, and the other side screws into the front block. there might be locktite, unsure about that. Mine didn't it will have a thick o-ring which sorta makes it tough to take it off. Once you take it off, There is a tiny silver screw. Ok.. shhhh... This sorta breaks the "concept of wgp" with changed "their preset psi adjustment." But.. OH WELL! my cocker. my sledge. i'll do wut ever you want. If you take a flat head screw driver, and screw the silver screw clock-wise into the reg...i'm still unsure, since i'm studying this.. i think it most likely decreases the pressure. But DON"T screw it in until it doesn't screw, only a couple times. THEN! on the cap of the sledgehammer there's no rock. But it's ok, unscrew safely the nipple where the hose goes onto. once that's unscrewed, you, take a towel, yet pretty thick, then take a monkey click wrench. That wrench is the kind when, there's a screw on the bottom, so when you hold the grips really tite, it'll lock in place so that setting doesn't move around, then press the little lever to un click which opens the wrench back up. ok, so unscrew the stock flat cap of the sledge, then -takes deep breath-.... then take the Belsales Front Twister cap and screw it on. There you go... The Belsales Front Twister cap with rock is only like.. wut... $20? here, u have a pneumy reg... that's BETTER then a palmers... better then ans...
Conclusion: If you read my other forums, you'll see that i am a cocker/spyder specialist.. which is why..... ..... i virtually know every single aspect of both genre of guns. Over all the Evo and the Belsales 2 stage reg are BOTH GOOD! Email me, if u have any questions. I would love to help out and answer questions.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
isuck2 Monday, December 15th, 2003 | 6:22 pm PST
the tool you are talking about is a vice grip, not a vice but a vice grip
   

toothpastedog Saturday, May 1st, 2004 | 11:32 am PST
modesty?
   

StrictlyDiesel Tuesday, November 23rd, 2004 | 3:09 pm PST
The reg you have is the evo reg* becasue the evo reg is 2 pieces
   

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