2003 Imp,Evil respirator,valve and 14"Pipe,ND ram assembly,Slikshot,and mid-weight hammer,Equalizer stubby bolt,HSW delrin pin,Check it no-rise feed,Check it Uni-mount on/off,Evo 2 with Y-board,OTB frame.
two piece design so they can easily be rebuilt,great looks.
none so far
Myself and the rest of my team all shoot Impulses,and recently we've all had the same problem with the normal ball-spring detents.Our detents ,stock and New Designz,kept shooting out during play.We decided to try a different approach and use the Fangz.We were pretty surprised with the results.At first we thought they would'nt last through one tournament,but they worked great.Not only did they last through case after case of paint, there are no visible marks on any of them,considering they are made of rubber thats surprising.I also think there is a noticeable difference in accuracy due to less uneven friction on the balls.We have also found less paint breakage since switching over,which equates to no double feeds even under fast strings.Also,like I had said before,they are rebuildable and come with extra stops.Other reviewers had a problem with the two-piece design coming loose during play,we have yet to have that happen.I will agree with one thing,don't use with a Halo with the Fangz,they won't be able to keep up with the force feed,and you will definitely make pudding in your gun.
I would recommend these to anybody who does'nt use a Halo.You'll never go back to spring detents.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, March 13th, 2004 at 9:52 pm PST