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frontsniper Tuesday, December 30th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Typhoon, 2k3 WGP autocockers, and many other cockers
Marker Setup: Palmer Blazer #BZ2019 Centerfeed, benchmark 45 frame w/ PTTJ, teardrop drop foward, nickel vented barrel, male stabalizer, derlin bolt.
PTTJ/ new frame, vented barrel (big difference between stock barrel), stabalizer
Strengths: Closed bolt, small pull, hard to shortstroke, shoots as fast as you pull.
Weaknesses: not alot of upgrades, only shop is in California( not a weakness for me though)
Review: When i got this i was a little skeptical of how it shoots, so i put about 10 cans on top of a big cardboard box. I moved about 100 feet away from the targets ( from end to end of my backyard) and took aim. I used a 20 oz. Co2 tank for gas power. The great thing is that they recommend using Co2, so thats a plus for everyone. I used RPS big balls for paint. Since i bought it used, i had upgrades such as male stab and a nickel vented barrel. i hit all 10 cans, dead center! i was truly impressed. Next, i put up a target with a 45-pound olympic weight behind it to keep it standing. I shot as fast as i can, and it shot every single one on the dot. I was using an Evolution II as my hopper so it can keep up with my trigger-happy self. Now, i attempted to shortstroke it to see how fast i could shoot it through. I tried and tried, but i couldn't do it. I finally did it after about 1000 shots attempted. I stood away aobut 50 feet, and shot. As i shot it, i can see the giant wing of the balls, but with about 10 shots, it shot clean again. I decided to bring it to the field a couple of days later. When i shot through the chronogeaph, it hit 315 on first shot, so i turned it down about a quarter turn. It shot 284,284,285. Talk about consistant! We walked out to the woodsball field and when everyone was set, the whistle blew. I bolted up the middle, and i saw about 5 guys 100 feet from me. I just thought it was target practice, so i pegged each one in the goggles. While i ran, i heard a distant yell, a guy i shot out yelled "dude! What are you shooting!?" I heard it and just took it with a smirk on my face. at the end of the day i had shot a case of paint, and i havent chopped since. I apologized to some of the guys i over shot out there. But all in all, i was very satisfied with the performance of the blazer. Now to this day, i play at SC village in Corona, and Valley Thunder at Galt, both in California. I play with a team called Blazed, along with my other friends with Palmer Blazers.
Conclusion: This gun is one of the best markers in the world (in my opinion). This gun is basically a modified autococker. I would reccomend one to anyone, just buy it used for more bang for your buck.
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, December 30th, 2003 at 3:06 pm PST

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