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rpedmind221 Tuesday, March 9th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Vert '03 Cocker
vigilante reg
Shocktech Front Block Kit
Cam Adjuster
Strengths: Just overall useful... less short strokes, higher rate of fire, all the good stuff.
Weaknesses: nothing that important
Review: At first I thought this part would be around 50 bucks, just cause it shortens the trigger pull so much. Man I was wrong. The cam adjuster is anything but expensive, but useful none the less. It has the seven different adjustments, that will go shorter depending on your 3-way, and a little bit to do with the Ram. Yes, it's easy to adjust, but that might require a little timing, as most upgrades do. Still, not that big a deal, compared to what you get out of it.
Conclusion: I definatly recomend it to anyone with the hinge. As for what other frames can get it, I'm not quite sure. The '04 AIM Battle Axe has a custom one, but I don't see that as a very smart option, considering it might slip, or even the timing will be thrown off by adjustment. But still, this part is entirely different, and extremely helpful towards short-strokes.
10 out of 10

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