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spasticsquirrel Friday, April 30th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
2k3 autococker, currently a tricked out E-bladed cocker my friend has
Icon Z, which shoots 30ft because valve broke (trigger=slotmachine lever)
98C, nice, rentals though, and lack of upgrades
A-5, seen fortune in MGS2? shooting someone was like shooting her
Tigershark, This was sweet, this thing rocked my world, but its an inaccurate pump
Marker Setup: ULE body with RTP rail
Logic frame comming in 2 days
Scepter, best barrel i have used
Halo B, havent used it on field, but its the creame of the crop
ULT, makes faster ROF possible
crossfire 68-45
A good barrel, a nice trigger frame for your playing style. You have to get it with a ULT and ULE. An adjustable regulator so you can change reactivity. Maybe a Deadly Wind Body. Never, and never get another valve other than the X-valve.
Strengths: See review
Weaknesses: See review
Review: Strengths-
can modify looks by
Nicad's milled slugs
other milled slugs out there
RPG Exile body (basicly a ULE body)

ULT makes good ROF possible (8bps on single trigger)
Double trigger
Devil mag upgrade

LvX is awsome, never chopped for me
Devil Mag, comes with eyes and Lv7 for better efficiency

45*, 90*, Y-grip
15*, 0*, -15*

Angle detents and feed necks, autococker barrel threads

Reliability=i can say my tippmann broke more than this peice of art

could use less gass for todays standerds
Lv X tuning is hell until you know were to go, and i forgot that place, but its somewhere on the forum. not really big of dead

I say automags are made for options, with all those dealers on
This can be from a hardcore mislim marker to a top notch torney marker.
Reactive trigger IS TORNEY LEAGAL, it works by resetting the trigger with hte sear, and gives the trigger a kinda bouncy feel to me, +psi=more reactive -psi+less reactive.
Buy these, help AGD spread out, higher volume runs=cheaper mags for everyone, also more resources for AGD to make more upgrades.
Conclusion: If your getting one, go onto AO and check out deals on them like RPG paradime, or om or email tunaman and say what you want, and he will get all the stuff, and tune and break in everything.
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, February 1st, 2005 at 7:34 pm PST

Review Comments
METALL!CA1019 Friday, July 23rd, 2004 | 11:46 am PST
OMG only 1200 shots off a 68/45 thats horrible. God are you kidding me I don't know what markers you've shot but 1200 rounds off that size tank is good.

bryceeden Thursday, August 12th, 2004 | 8:12 pm PST
The efficiency is about 10 shots per inch on a 3000psi and 15 off a 4500. So it is about average(you have to count spyders and Tippmanns to get an average)

pullethmyfinger Sunday, October 31st, 2004 | 11:06 am PST
is this gun tounement legal? i've read that rt means reactive trigger. is that the same as a response trigger?

spasticsquirrel Tuesday, February 1st, 2005 | 6:55 pm PST
this gun is totaly torney legal as far as i know.

the reactive trigger, as long as torneys dont confuse it with respone, will be fine with it.
Reactive trigger is a way of reseting the trigger for the valve to shoot, because there is no trigger return on mag frames, so this replaces it. It gives each shot a bouncy kinda feel.

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