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Unregistered User Friday, April 27th, 2001
Strengths: This gun is nice. It is very accurate for stock barrel and comes ready to play right out of the box. the trigger frame is comfortable and the gun is built pretty nice. The stock is a nice touch for woods wars but not so much for speedball but comes right off.
Weaknesses: This gun is really nice WHEN IT WORKS. I have had this gun in 5 wars and 3 of the 5 it has stopped working on me. One time it was a leak, another it was the sear on the trigger frame wore down(after 2 wars that's screwed up), the last time it was a leak again. I have checked all the orings and i oil it well yet it still doesn't work as well as my friends shutter or even compact 2000. If anyone has any comments on anything i should do to keep the oring from breaking and the keep the shear sharp put on a comment.
Conclusion: $200 dollars for this gun. If i would have known it was this unreliable i would have never bought it. This company definetly has to work out the bugs on this gun because if i could i would take it back. If u do get this gun SEND IN THE WARRANTY SLIP because ur probly going to use it.
3 out of 10

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