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After FastBuds set their sights on the goal of creating a super productive auto flowering strain, they thought long and hard about the traits that their geneticist could select to attain maximum results – unprecedentedly high yield and powerful effect – to greatly exceed what is just “a good autoflower”. The best of the best was selected – the FastBuds flagship strains: Chrystal METH and Mexican Airlines. But this was only the beginning, many months of stabilization were spent enhancing the vigor and potency of this new strain while retaining the key features of the parent strains. The FastBuds team is truly proud of their work and this hybrid fully lives up to its poppin’ name – Six Shooter.

This strain is the largest and heaviest-yielding auto flower in the FastBuds catalog. It reaches a height of approximately 100 to 140 cm , exhibiting a fat, large central cola surrounded by side colas of modest size. Also worth noting is the excellent, productive branch structure from this plant. Its bright green leaves are desirably sparse and have a rounded shape. The resulting high bud-to-leaf ratio makes the process of manicuring pleasantly fast. Flowering occurs 3 to 4 weeks after the first leaves emerge. It is surprising that such a high-yielding auto flower is ready for harvest in just 9 weeks. Final yields reach a staggering 500 to 750 grams per square meter (up to 1.6 pounds per light). By the end of flowering you will understand why the name Six Shooter was chosen. Its dense buds, reminiscent of large-caliber bullets and coated with a white powder of trichomes, sport a THC content of up to 21%! When grown outdoors, Six Shooter is notable for its rapid growth and outstanding production. This combo is of course the best option for a quick harvest. The adaptability of Six Shooter means it also excels when grown indoors. Overall, Six Shooter won’t smell too much when grown, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t smell!

Properties

Feminized Feminized Feminized
Autoflowering Type Autoflowering
Gentype Genotype sativa/indica/ruderalis
Genetics Genetics Crystal METH x Mexican Airlines
Flowering Flowering 9 weeks
Harvest Harvest 500 - 750 gr/m2
Height Height 100 - 140 cm
THC Thc 21.0%
CBD Cbd 0.6%
outdoor Method Outdoor
indoor Method Indoor
greenhouse Method Greenhouse

Taste

The Six Shooter is always fully loaded, an attractive citrus aroma with a smooth, fresh smoke complemented by hints of spice, with such a potent effect that it will leave you disoriented in space and time.

Citrus
Pine
Pungent

Effects

Each smokin' toke of the Six Shooter strain hits the target dead center. Right after the first toke you'll be first class on Mexican Airlines to your own Crystal Paradise. Initially, the effect is precisely and totally cerebral, and spreads to the body. Even if your tolerance is high, Six Shooter will strike you hard and unrelentingly with its unstoppable potency. We can't say that its effect is mellow, so won’t be suitable for use throughout the day. It is great for evening use, but don't worry, it won't leave you with a sensation of heaviness.

Relaxed
Uplifted
Creative
Sleepy
Dry Mouth

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  • best one!

    This is my favorite, fast buds, very nice!

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  • something wrong

    I don't know if i did something wrong while growing this one, but the plant didn't grow very high and the buds were not very compact. Anyways the plant is spectacular, the taste and smell were great, I can't imagine how it would have been I have grew her the best way :'(

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  • six shooter

    I got am amazing yield. Wasn't expecting so much!! Very nice surprise. The taste is incredible, and the high too... hahaha

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