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SickMuffins Tuesday, February 17th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
An Armotech Zeus- This is much better.
Marker Setup: Model 98, 14" Teardrop Barrel, WGP inline reg, 4"/7" Drop Forward, Sight Rail, RVA, and Vertical ASA
Nothing. Or maybe a hoster.
Strengths: Accurate
Long Ranged
Weaknesses: Loud
Review: I purchased this pistol off of the manufacturer's website and got it in 4 days (Alabama to Washington state). I was very impressed with its overall look and performance. You reload it by sticking a ten-round tube above the barrel. Since the 12 gram goes in the grip, you can hold an extra up above the barrel, behind the paint tube. It is very accurate and shoots long distances, but it is a little on the loud side (in a firefight, who cares?). This is the first stock marker I have ever played with and I love it. Unforunately, mine is broken now because I apparently have a severe case of mental retardation, but the 15-day unconditional warranty followed by a full lifetime warranty should be sufficient.
Conclusion: This little beast is a great thing to have on the field just for its looks, not to mention its insane performance.
10 out of 10

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