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UsmcRecon416 Tuesday, March 2nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
4 years
Products Used:
Smart Parts Impuse -similar
Wgp Autococker-pea shooter
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ca$h money Impuslse with vertical reg, vision eye and crossfire n2 system
Vision eye and lpr
Strengths: Precision accuracy, quick response, simple maintenance, and easy to use
Weaknesses: None
Review: It has no negatives, put a good hopper on it (evolution or halo) and you will have no problem with choppin paint without the vision eye. all the upgrades(the brass bolt, tapworm, blade magnet trigger) are upgrades that if you are getting an impulse you would want to ad anyways, so for the couple extra bucks it is worth getting it done at once. the freak barrel system is the best on the market and is a perfect finish to the already flawless marker.
Conclusion: The ca$h money impluse is a perfect marker for a avid player or one that just wants to get a gun that they can grow into. I have used many guns and prefer this one over any. The autococker, although the distance and accuracy are a definite plus, is just a little complicated for a novice player and can be irratating to the non-tournement player. The ca$h money can give you the accuracy and distance you need and still be very novice friendly while if your a tourny player it can rock paint like any cocker out there. I definitely reccomend you make a trip to West Palm and Pick this gun up from Mike at Mikes Paintball. The single color mattes are $649 while the fade and polished are around $699. If your looking look no more, this gun is the one!
10 out of 10

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