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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 1.0 / 10
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Like the Millenium but without an expansion chamber. Also it doesn't come anodized like its bigger brother.
Product Availability 
The Bob Long Millenium FG is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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Lord Headley Thursday, September 11th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Bob Long Millennium (normal version)
Spyder Shutter
Marker Setup: Minimag w/ ULE body (black)
12" All American
Level 10
Empire 12v hopper
pro-dot sight
3000 psi 68 ci tank
When i find some, i'll let you know
Strengths: - nice barrel
Weaknesses: - Vertical feed neck breaks
- Dentent is horrible
- Trigger sucks
Review: Ok, i bought this marker for $70 new. It was not worth it at all. I used my brother's, and uncle's Millennium several times and loved it. The Millennium FG is a horrible excuse for marker.

- The dentent sticks and causes you to chop balls, and also makes really nice groves into your bolt if you're not careful.

- The trigger frame looks nice, but looks are not eveything. The sear fails to catch the bolt causing a lock up in the gun. It may look cocked, but you have to re-cock it to make it work again. This happens alot. I threw an autotrigger on there to try and solve the problem.. and what i got was the gun falling to pieces in the field.
Conclusion: If you own any other spyder's, then you can at least use the parts for back up, or in some cases an upgrade. Overall i would never even try to pawn this onto another living person unless i hated them. Do yourself a favor and spend a little more and at least get a Shutter or a 98.
1 out of 10
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