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pboutlaw Friday, January 2nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Spyders, I like this gun better, it feels more sound and nearly 100% of the parts are metal. This gun just doesn't feel cheap like any other blow backs (well i guess I did pay 180 for it 2 years ago)
Marker Setup: Blue 2k2 C&C milled Angel Ir3
68/4500 high pressure crossfire tank
Freak kit
Bob long torpedo Reg, CP short drop w/ warped sportz on/off asa, Dye Breech knob ,Cobra Bolt, Cobra Trigger, WDP Multi Tool/Volumizer,WDP Low Rise,Cobra Indestrucdetent
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel - stock barrel = loud and inacurate, doesn't match up with any paint
Drop forward - stock drop sets tank at 45* angle, who wants that?
Grips - the little stock plastic grips don't do anything
Hopper - replace thaqt boss hopper you got with a revy, ur gun will thank you
Valve - only replace if u want this gun for a long time, more consistant, more shots per tank than stock valve.
Trigger frame - those spyder sprint frames or something, buy if you want to use this gun in a couple tourneys.
Strengths: quiet (with new barrel)
kinda accurate
stock reg
effeciency
all metal
reliable
Weaknesses: stock barrel
drop forward
grips
Review: I had anewer version of the buizer outlaw, i think it's 2001. THis gun has the WGP ergo reg stock on it, a very good reg they used to put on autocockers before this year. The bolt is suprisingly quiet, you won't need a new one of those. Also, the raised sight rail on it made it possible to sight over the powerfeed, so the sight rail wasn't a useless cosmetic part like on spyders. This gun never failed me, I even used it in my first tournament about a year and a half ago, where my team made finals and ended up in 4th place. After things got more competitive I switched the a pulse, a gz timmy, and then an angel, but the bruizer was quality in it's day.
Conclusion: If you can find one of these on ebay for 100 or less, take a chance. It won't dissapoint you. I'm giving it the highest rating a will give a non electro blow back...
Rating:
7 out of 10
 

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