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p8ntballaphx Sunday, December 28th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
4 years
Products Used:
Shocktech Lpr, CCM Lpr
Marker Setup: Custom cocker
-Black to grey fade Freeflow lotus body
-Freeflow nylatron bolt and pullpin
-AKA tornado valve
-jackal hispeed hammer
-aka springs
-CCM cocking rod
-Eclipse E-Blade
-Belsales .44 magnum ram w/ 2 qevs
-Macdev 2k2 Sonic LPR
-CP regulator
-Halo B w/ Zcode and RipDrive
-CheckIt Unimount
-45/45 PMI Fiberwrapped tank
-Empire 10 piece barrel system
-and some other stuff on the gun probly that i dont remember off the top of my head
Strengths: Small and sleek
Very efficient
Weaknesses: no set screw to hold the adjustment knob in place, but no biggy,
Review: I had a Shocktech LPR at first, and didnt get very good performance out of that, plus it was huge, so i figured ide get somethign better. From there i upgraded to a CCM lpr. I liked that alot, it is very similar to the macdev. When i started building my mechanical cocker, i moved the CCM over to that, and picked up this baby for my eblade. It is very consistant, and run along with a CP, gladiator, or sidewinder reg, its awsome!
Conclusion: I gave this a 9 because of the absence of a set screw. Its small, sleek looking, and very efficient and is a great addition to any cocker
9 out of 10

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