I have both an Autococker & an automag ( i will always have a mag)
This marker was stock using a 47 CU3000 aci tank and a revy...
barrel as with any marker ,HPA, & must have revy etc.
decent rate of fire, spyder compatable thruout, can use CO2 or HPA
none that were noticable during the test.
Well I walked into my local paitball shop & saw the marker on the wall & was impressed with the ano job on it ... IT was a black to red fade, extreemly nice job for a marker in this price range. ( $150 retail give or take) I asked to give it a try, heres what I ran into. Easy interface to work with, gun fired with out a hitch accurate as any stacked tube marker with stock barrel could be. marker felt solid & wellbuilt body style reminds me of a dragon grip was comfortable with ok milling. Now here is the kicker folks, major selling point to me. This marker comes with an almost un heard of warranty... Full three years from date of purchase. The owner of the shop said that not only has this marker turned in to his fastest seller but that ACI sent a complete repair kit to his shop with everything from boards to ball detents. Thus far not a single marker has had to come back, not saying much due to the fact that they havent been in the loop all that long. But if they are willing to have a three year warranty then they dont plan on having many issues.
I personally would recomend this marker to anyone just starting out or to any person just looking for a good rec ball marker. I cant see anyone going wrong with it. I am taking my son down to take a look at it next, He might be getting it for his first maker. For its price range it rates a full 10.