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Mattdieter Sunday, February 1st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
3 years
Products Used:
proteam micro-mag
Marker Setup: proteam jungle annodized micromag
- lvl 10
- phat player barrel kit
- hougue grips
- benchmark foregrip
- cp flame drop
- kapp on/off
- 68/3000 aci bulldog
- 12 vt revi
- halo tsa

A dye ultra light
adjustable compressed air tank
empire reloader
hinge trigger
Strengths: Fast, accurate, compact
Weaknesses: you can short stroke it easily
Review: I don't personally own this gun, it is my friends. He uses it as a sniper marker for when we play woodsball. He has it set up with a dye ultra light, dye izon sight, gas - trough stock, remote coil, and one of the really old viewloader motorized loaders. This marker really works well, and is very low maintanence. It seems more like a really accurate mag than it does a cocker. The only thing I don't like is his trigger. It is too easy to short stroke. I guess if he got a hinge it would help out his gun a lot.
Conclusion: It is a really nice marker, but he also had to pay a lot for it. I guess I would give it an 8, although it is really nice, it is very expensive, and it short strokes.
8 out of 10

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