The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Product Use:
1 of 9 people found this review helpful.
More than 5 years
Similar Products Used:
Tippman A-5, Flatline, HPA, PGP(backup)
I don't even know of any
comes with holster
breaks balls in reserve
has to piont upto cock
co2 hart toget out
I like the holster it comes with, but a leg holster would work better. This thing is really accurate, before I got my A-5, I had a Spyder and took sniper shots with my PGP. The pop sound that the PGP gives off is really cool, and you get alot of attention on the field. And of cours, the bragging rights are great when you take out someone useing a really nice simi.
the balls in the reserve break easily if you are a simi-rough player like me. The main thing I hate about this gun is that it takes two hands to cock, so you have to put your main down to use it. If you don't point it up to cock, you won't get a ball because there is no spring to feet the chamber. The co2 can be really hard to get out at times, its sorta heavy for a backup
all in all, this is just a average marker, I would recomend a simi-auto for a backup, but if are required to use a pump, this should be an ok gun to use 5 being average, I give it a 6
Dispute: Most of the weaknesses mentioned are the basics of it being a stock class marker. He is Comparing apples to Oranges.
He Even says that PUMP is a weakness. Thats what it is, same for the rock n cock (point up to load) This isnt issues with the gun, its a poor player to equipment match. He is trying to use it as an offhand, It isnt one, it is a main weapon or a sidearm depending on the game your playing (or how crazy you are).
In Short, he never used it for what its meant toi be and tried to do something else, round peg, square hole