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Unregistered User Wednesday, April 25th, 2001
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: This gun is great. I sent my 2000 Autococker to the Tippmann Proshop and for $200 they put the flatline barrel on my cocker. After sone minor adjustments, i got it to wotk great. It shoots much farther than any other barrel i have seen. Playing rec with some of my friend, i noticed how much farther i was shooting than them.
It also shortend mu gun ba an inch, becausr befor i was useing a 14 inch carbon fiber barrel.
Weaknesses: Their are only two things that re bad. the first thing (and most imporant) is that this is perment, so i would think carefully about getting one. The second thing is that it is hard to adjust. If the barrel is twisted to the left or the right, the ball does not go straight.
Conclusion: Over all it preformes well. The price is reasonable, but could be a little lower. It is much shorer than a Tippmann 98 w/ flatline. This is a deadly combonation, and when properly adjusted, can be a very accurate sniper rifle for big games, and is nice and short for squeezing into bunkers while playing spedball.
9 out of 10

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