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pbjunkie1 Wednesday, February 11th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Crossman 3357, Splatmaster, Mod-85, Delta68
Marker Setup: Autococker2000(overrated) Palmer reg,32 deg. Terminator barrel,PMI air 3000 68ci Dye sticky grips swing trigger frame. VM-68 (very reliable) car stock 9oz tank 14 inch barrel
Recommended
Upgrades:
I had a barrel extention co2 quick change and stock on mine and grips
Strengths: Rugged!!!!! Very reliable
Weaknesses: slow cocking, gravity feed, co2 was slow to change
Review: old school gun but I wauld still use it if I didnt sell it like a fool. I will probably get another soon since its such a great back up, or just to play rec ball with. Palmer paintball will still mod these out if you want to send them to his shop and pay the $$ which is worth it if you intend to use it.
Conclusion: I wish guns were made as well as they used to be. Sheridan made alot of rugged guns back in the day and the PGP was no exception. For its class of mrker it earns a 10 for its well made body and reliablity.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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