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Tigre_Tiburon Tuesday, June 8th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Every gun produced in the last 5 years lol
Marker Setup: Tricked Angel
Recommended
Upgrades:
Nothing, unless you want to make it electro.
Strengths: Everything
Weaknesses: Nothing
Review: Finish- Hard, mirror like anno

Looks- Very nice, especially in black. Looks simple from faraway, but complex up close. Very easy to clean paint off of too.

Reliability- Hybrid makes quality parts, and it comes with a lifetime warranty, so your set.

Maintenance- Just clean and lube. The lifetime Warranty includes servicing, so just send it in to Hybrid for free if it ever needs to be re-timed.

Speed- 10+ bps is SCREAMINí for a Mech.

Stock Barrel- Comes with a PHAT barrel, which is all you can ask for in a stock barrel.

Overall feel- Solid feel that makes you not be able to set it down.

Consistency- Comes with a great reg, which means itís very consistent over the chrono.

Kick- Stock parts are very light, so it does not have a lot of kick. (Little Kick+Consistency+Good Paint to Barrel Match=Accuracy)

Balance- Can balance it on my finger.

Service- All there is to say is Lifetime Warranty

Upgrades- Tons for autocockers, but you donít really need them unless you plan to go electro.

Efficiency- All autocockers are very efficient if set up right.


Trigger adjustability- Pre and Post Travel Adjustments

Triggers- Pre and Post travel Adjustment, combined with a nice 3-way, equals a very short and light pull.

Weight- THIS IS THE LIGHTEST AUTOCOCKER I HAVE EVER FELT

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Conclusion: IMO, THIS IS THE BEST MECHANICAL AUTOCOCKER you can buy for the money. I suggest you go out and buy one right now if you want an autococker. You will need to buy nothing for it, and you have a quality company to back you up.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
toothpastedog Tuesday, June 8th, 2004 | 9:06 pm PST
very nice review, although i normally get into a pissing match with reviewers that use the frase "the best," you used it in a way that is actually not an over statement. nice review.
   

nip Saturday, June 19th, 2004 | 6:37 pm PST
i can't decide between this cocker and the newer 04 verticle. what should i get?
   

Tigre_Tiburon Sunday, June 20th, 2004 | 11:58 am PST
I would choose this one.

BTW, I now have 2 of these. This was the prize for getting first in a local tournament (STP Summer Series). I have it for sale for 375$, and it is brand new in box, and has never been fired.

BTW, I wrote this review BEFORE I put it up for sale
   

toothpastedog Friday, June 25th, 2004 | 4:09 pm PST
"I would choose this one. " -as would i
   

ScienceFeller Sunday, September 19th, 2004 | 1:47 pm PST
The Hybrid Autococker out classes every autococker i've seen in weight, and ergonomics. it's got the smallest three way and block set I've ever known. I'm putting an e-blade on mine, the size of the front block makes it difficult, but it's still very possible and always a good way to go.
   

donut10591 Thursday, September 23rd, 2004 | 3:57 pm PST
you can balance this on your finger? you must be good
   

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