stock barrel is very good
I opened up the box and the gun looked great. I couldnt shoot it right away though because it took me a couple days just to get another fitting for my macroline. Well i recently just played in a tourney(yesterday) and it was the first time i have shot the gun. I had to sand down the feedneck on my egg just to get it to fit in the feedneck. well anyway, i aired it up, set the reg to 240-250 psi, and started dry firing. First thing i noticed was, this gun was FAST! Extremely easy to walk(after givin it a nice trigger job). I put on the hopper and loaded it with paint just in time for my first game. I went to the chrono and it shot pretty consistently for a stock reg. 260,256,254,260,263,262,258. This is damn good for a stock reg. Reg also had a very fast recharge rate. Never got any shootdown while shootin in the 15-17 bps range. Well i started to rip a nice 15bps on the gun, and then it choped. Well then i knew i had blowback becasue i could see the balls not going into the gun right. This was the only bad part about the gun, but can be easily fixed with a vapor bolt. Well i played my first game and this gun owned. Fast, light,accurate, great for snapshooting. It was the perfect gun for a frontman. My friend decided to sell his 04 cocker and buy this! Everyone on the field was talkin about it and sayin how sick it was. Even the kids with the timmies and DM4's. I really felt confident on the field with this gun. The main thing that surprised me was the stock barrel. It was very impressive. I was putting ball on top of ball with the stock barrel.
I would definitly buy this product. Best gun in the $300-$350 price range by far. Everything you could want in a gun and more. Only thing i would definitly reccomend is a vapor bolt. But if you dont have blowback it doesnt need much. Maybe new barrel and new reg. ICD youve outdone yourselves once again. EASY 10
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 28th, 2004 at 12:02 am PST