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The Ender Friday, December 12th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Every custom cocker known to man.
Marker Setup: Revenge V2, black/green acid, 14"Ti Boomer, AA Raptor 68/4500 adjustable, Halo B(Halo TSA soon to come), custom machined 8" drop, Palmer Rock, AKA internals;
RT automag, level 10, warp feed, Halo B, 14" Ti Boomer, PMI 45/4500, z grip
tippmann 98 custom rt, expansion chamber, 16" Lapco Bigshot, Nitroduck 45/3000
good barrel(ti boomstick, freak, longbow ti, etc.), good reg(PALMER ROCK!!!)
Strengths: insane milling, top end parts, imaculate anodizing
Weaknesses: performance doesn't justify cost, milling may not be for you(wasn't for me)
Review: To start off, the bonebrake is an incredible gun. The finish and craftsmanship is superb, and the parts selection is top of the line. That being said, I have yet to see any drastic advantage that the bonebrake has over some of the other high end cockers out there that may cost hundreds less. Sure you get the highest of high end parts, but they don't improve the performance enough, at least in my humble opinion, to justify paying $1400 when you can get nearly the same performance in most cases(STO, Black Magic, Gen x, etc.) and in some cases better performance(Revenge, Evo x, etc.) However, with the exception of the boston, the bonebrake has some of the most outrageous milling of anything I've ever seen, and that is worth the expense to many image conscious players. I, personally, don't hold as much stock, certainly not $400 worth, in appearances, but I can understand those that do.
Conclusion: If you have the money, and want the top of the line in everything, the bonebrake may be exactly what you're looking for. If, however, you realize that you can get the same performance, without paying for the top end, you may want to look elsewhere.
9 out of 10

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