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Sneakyman Tuesday, July 6th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Various autocockers.
Marker Setup: Black on black '04 J2 w/ a Dye ultralight, 68ci 45k tank and a revy
Recommended
Upgrades:
Maybe a barrel.
Strengths: Quality made, great finish, real smooth feel.
Weaknesses: Minor issues with the reg, see review. Limited barrel options
Review: I have thought about getting one of these markers for quite awhile. After deciding not to play competition any longer and selling my timmy I wanted to go back to a mechanical cocker. CCM is one of the few companies that makes a true high end marker. I placed my order online. A few days later I check on my order through email and was told that my order was delayed because they were waiting on parts. The parts were recieved and my gun was shipped out express mail so I would bet it before the coming weekend. They did not charge me any extra for this, great customer service. I set the gun up right out of the box. It chronoed in at 300 fps +/-2 fps. I turned it down a little bit and was off playing. There was no fine tuning with this gun. The marker shot smooth and accruate all day long.

Ok, here are a few minor issues I thought I would mention. The barrel that comes with the gun is pretty nice. However I think that it would be better if CCM made it optional since some people like different types of barrels. When I set up the bottom line on the marker I had a small issue with the reg. There is only one fixed input hole on the side. Fortunately the ASA can be flipped 180 degrees so it can be positioned differently if needed. Personally I perfer regs with an input on the bottom, not the side.
Conclusion: Other than a few personal preference issues I can find no flaws with this marker. It shoots as smooth as my timmy. This is a great gun for anyone looking for a high end marker that doesn't want to deal with an electro.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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