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Jonny Bravo Friday, February 27th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock kingman reg, AIM 68, BL Torpedo
Marker Setup: Rodeo, Spudnuk'l LP bolt, 32* magnaport valve, polished striker, 14 inch J&J ceramic, Check It Surefit feed adapter, 32* springs (medium main, weak valve), Palmer's Male Stabilizer, CIP 15* assault block, PsychoBaliistics drop with on/off.
Strengths: Stable under load, fast recharge, works with CO2 and HPA, easily adjustable
Weaknesses: None
Review: The stabilizer is absolutely the best regulation system for CO2 on the market. It is also in the top 5 for HPA only systems. This makes it, in my opinion, the best all around system you can buy. It can be used as the primary regulation on a CO2-based marker, or as a secondary regulator in an HPA setup.

Some other key benefits of the male stabilizer are the input and output. The input comes with a 90* fitting already installed, and the output is sealed. You can remove the screw from the output and place a gauge on it. The stabilizer is adjustable via a hex screw on the bottom. The bottom is clearly marked explaining which way to turn the screw to increase/decrease pressure.

Performance-wise this product is exactly what its namesake says: stable. It comes out of the box set to 500psi and is fully adjustable from 0 - 900 psi. It offers a ratio of 72:1 so spikes are virtually eliminated. To test it out under extreme circumstances, I put a new 20 oz CO2 tank on my marker gassed up and just started pulling the trigger as fast as I could. When my fingers started to cramp up, the stabilizer was coated with ice but there was still no snow coming out of my marker. I turned my marker upside down, barrel down, barrel up and sideways and still no snow.

The stabilizer is a good size and makes for a good foregrip. It can be taken apart and repaired, cleaned or converted to a low pressure setup with replacements available from Palmer's Pursuit Shop. Palmer's also warranties it for the life of Glenn Palmer.
Conclusion: As mentioned in the body of the review, this product is unbeatable as a primary regulator on a CO2-based marker and in the top 5 secondary regulators for HPA systems. It is easily adjustable, easily maintained and warrantied for life. I can't recommend this product enough. Spend the money and buy it.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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