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fustahman3000 Thursday, January 22nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Kingman Spyder Compact 2000, Kingman E99, Kingman Electra, Tippmann 98 custom, Tippmann Pro Carbine, WGP Angel.
Marker Setup: 1. Kingman Spyder Compact 2. KAPP Razorback Blue/Green
-20 oz. Co2 tank -20 oz Co2 tank
-Richochet Hopper -Dye Sticky grip
-12 in customized barrel -16 in barrel Armotech
-Air America Regulator
-Shocktech drop forward
-Richochet hopper
Recommended
Upgrades:
A good barrel, a good electronic hopper (Ricochets are good and relatively inexpensive), and a good regulator. (A new venturi bolt is helpful, but not necessary)
Strengths: Quiet, accurate, kick ass cool, rapid fire, autococker.
Weaknesses: Heavier than most, have to tinker with it, touchy .
Review: The KAPP Razorback is without a doubt an awesome gun. I purchased mine on ebay for cheap. I had never owned a Autococker before, so this gun blew me away. It's sooooooooo quiet, and extremely accurate if you have a good power supply( i.e 20 oz or Nitro). The only problem I had with it was the fact it is so darn touchy. When I say touchy I dont mean you tap the trigger and it goes off. What I mean is that you have to pull the trigger just right for it to fire correctly. The trigger is directly connected to the air regulator, so if you hold the trigger down, it will leak air until you let go. Also you can't be rough with it. I also own a Spyder Compact, and I roll around with it and dive into dirt. But with the Razorback I'm scared a tube will pop lose. So if your thinking of buying this gun, consider first what kind of game you play, if your always jumping and running, this might not be your gun. But if you like to play a stealthy game, or be a backman, then this is a good pick.
Conclusion: A quiet, accurate, intimidating gun that can perform well if you get to know it. But if you just want to get on the feild and fool around, this isn't your gun. Otherwise it is definetly a Kick A$$ product!
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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