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goose_u69 Saturday, August 28th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
9 volt and 12 volt revy
and a cheap quantum loader
Marker Setup: wgp right feed autococker (vertical feed block site options)
30 mm red dot simmons scope
various barrels depending on speedball front back or tape runner or woodlans snipping
drop forward with macro line
phat 32 tank 47/3500 hpa or CO2 but must switch regs if i use the co2
2 regs one is a standard wgp for nitro otherwise i use an aci with seperator inside if i use co2 as liquid co2 will ruin a cocker
Strengths: Smokes quatum and 9 volt revy
12 volt revy is pretty close (see review)
Weaknesses: Can't think of any unless you are running a gun that rips 20 bps
Review: 12 volt revys may be slightly faster if you have an upgraded board and the upgraded paddles. Have had many ball breaks and jams though.

404 will work on any gun even an auto cocker that has been freeflowed with a silencer ( sniper setup) it actually works off of any jar or shock not just sound

Have never been able to outrun it and i can crank some rounds out with my cocker
10 years of playing i think i have the trigger pull to a science.

Some claim if you get down to 10 balls it doesn't feed well, i have run it dry.
Have had may shots to the hopper and it just made it agitate it didn't hurt it at all
The small vibrations do not bother me and they really are not to loud.
I play both speedball and woodlands snipper situations.
Tend to like sneaking behind lines and picking them off and disappearing before they know what hit them. Gost in the mist so to speak

Have had absolutely NO problems whatsoever.
Conclusion: if you have 90 to 100 go but an evo 2 or something comparable
don't waist your money on a 12 volt revy that requires upgrades to compare
mach 404 uses less batteries (has lasted a month per 9V and i go through a case per weekend) . never jams a ball, never busted a ball and best of all most stors have them for $35 or less giving a 10 because this is cheap and will work for 80%of the players out there unless like i said you crank 20bps and few guns will truely do that
10 out of 10

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