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minimag-punk Saturday, April 28th, 2001
Strengths: this gun felt really good on my hand, it shoots at an incredible rate, chops ball once in a few times but what paint gun doesnt. solidly built, solid feeling, well made matterial from kingman, accurate with a new barrel though, the stock always sucks.
Weaknesses: not so accurate if without a stock, can not put a dropforward since the design of the gun is different from the rest. i think Custom Product do make them, some one told me who knows. once it breaks ball, all hell break loose, the ball curves like no others, but with a really good barrel, it wouldnt be notice at all, UN-balanced, not so balance since without the use of the dropforward, but you'll get use to it withthin days. PS. the select fire board sucks big time.
Conclusion: cost really effective 400 bucks for a new one, a really tourney gun if you cannot afford a higher cost one, shocker or angel ect... perform better than a TL plus and it's an electric with a rate of fire up to 20 ball per sec, dang. get a faster loader if you plan to shoot fast, but i dont recommend shooting over 12 balls persec, it gets really messy after this. GO BUY IT.
10 out of 10

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