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Chattertooth Thursday, August 19th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
1st time with a 'cocker,spyders, b2k, timmys, impulse, automag rt pro, all tippmanns
Marker Setup: Gray Dragunfly LCD
Jam bolt
Empire Reloader
14" Aci zero Gravity graffitti series
Kapp DZIII with on/off
aci 47ci 3000psi tank.
Black magic reg, ram, Freak kit, fast loader, some milling to drop the weight. Use only compressed air with any marker. Even if it says you can use co2.
Strengths: accurate, fast, Just dang sexy
Weaknesses: Heavy as a bear
Review: Needs attention out of the box but i have taken it to the field 2 times and can honestly say that it turns heads because of the rate of fire. It is surprisingly fast and very accurate.
Might want to buy a carrying strap for your setup because this baby is a pig! After playing for 3 hours it feels like it weighs 50 pounds. But i am definetly satisfied so far. The price is almost ridiculous for everthing you get. $235 for everthing which includes the drop, jam bolt, macroline setup, and the plastic carry case. I dont see how you could go wrong with this because it is so cheap to buy. Your talking 700 bucks if you want the same out of the high end worrbladed cockers. Huge difference.

All cockers have there little quirks. Yes even the $1200 Karnivores. So remeber that when you are seeking the right marker. $2000 or $235 everything needs attention when it comes to timing the marker and maintenance. I dont think that any cocker will come timed to your needs straight from the maker. So if you decide to get it and its not ready to let her loose straight out of the box then give it a little time and care before you write it off.
Conclusion: Buy it. Get it timed. Add all the upgrades your little heart desires and you still wont come close to how much you would pay for the "high end" cockers that have the same or less performance mods.
8 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 15th, 2005 at 8:47 pm PST

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