Timed fairly well out of box
Trigger is a bit heavy
drop rail is way too short.
grips are "Skinny"
So this was my first cocker and really didn't know what to expect. Having used it for a bit now I can say that I really like this marker and would be willing to recommend it to my friends.
This marker is a insanely good value for a first time cocker. While I wouldn't call it a high end marker it is easily top of the class when you compare it to other mid level markers. The looks and reliability are excellent. As for accuracy it whomps anything else that I have shot before.
While I don't have many the one thing that irritated me to no end was the dro rail for the bottom line regulator. It is so short you begin thinking that your hand needs to go on a diet. Im not a fan of drop forwards so I got a CP pro rail to give my hand some breathing room. The trigger is also a little heavy. While it has not been a huge issue for me I can see wanting to lightening the pull as my skill level increases. Lastly the grips, while sticky for a stock grips, were just too dang skinny. Now this may just be a pet peeve of mine from shootin real semi autos, but I needed more mass to hold on to. I added some Evil Death grips to do the job.
Great gun for more of the rec-baller who wants mor then the everyday blow back marker. Those looking for tournament level ooh la la would enjoy this marker with several upgrades. My opinion is that it is good out of the box for most anyone looking to have fun with a accurate, reliable marker that will raise at least a few eye brows.
quote:Originally posted by nip if you put a deathgrip on there then why are you complaining about the trigger frame being skinny? stupid.
Dude what the fck is your deal? No need to name call like a fckin pssy. If you actually read the review you see at the top that he said the only previous guns he's shot were tippmans and spyders...thats all he's used to! stupid.
I just recently bought the O3m and i have a 4500 psi 68 ci bottle with a 800 psi output (preset) and i noticed that the guage on the bottom line reg only goes to 600 psi. Will i break my guage if i screw on my tank? What level of pressure does your tank have? Does it work well?
is this gun troublesome? i was just wanting to know because i would like to have an autococking gun (never had one) but i've heard there's a lot of work in cleaning, timing, ect. would this be a good one to start out with?
autocockers aren't any more maintanence than anything else. provided you set them where you like it and then leave them alone, they are pretty much zero maintanence. just yank the bolt and clean right through. drip a little oil in the 3way every now and then and on the ram shaft, and down the cocking rod. maybe you could blow a 3way hose if you don't use hi hats, but that's about all the maintanence you have to do. most problems are caused by fiddling with a gun that already works well.