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ODARKONE Wednesday, November 17th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month51 of 53 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
AGD MiniMag/WGP AutoCocker/WDP 2004 Angel Fly/E-Blade Cocker
Marker Setup: AGD TAC-ONE with the Level 10 bolt and ULT Trigger kit , Intelli frame with blade trigger, Gas though stock, 13" Armson Stealth, 10" armson pro, J&J ceramic, ricochet 2KX....bag full O ' bush skillz
Recommended
Upgrades:
Gas through stock (if you dont want the tank hanging off the back), Get the ULT kit (if you want to walk the marker to its crazy fast ROF and its about the easiest upgrade ever!!)
New barrel(the stock Jand J is nice but...)my Stealth is just so accurate and silent its a must have.
Strengths: the TAC-ONE shoots very fast, its light and accurate, has very little kick
Weaknesses: Everyone wants to know what it is "Is that a full automatic marker?"
Review: I've just received the marker of my dreams!!this thing is just so tight and well built, for the price I cant believe the quality of craftsmanship that has gone into my new marker.

firstly AGD has most likely the best customer service in the industry (no doubt the best I've ever come across in the 15 or so years that I've played the game!!)over the phone and by email they worked out my order and custom built MY TAC-ONE..for me..as i wanted it built.

Secondly, the fit and tolerances on this marker are so tight that I checked it all over with a peice of paper and there wasn't a single place, anywhere on the marker, where i could fit it into a gap. I take this as a very good sign of the level of quality that this marker has been held up to.

Lastly, the marker shot so fast and straight using the ULT and stock J&J barrel, I was dropping balls on balls shooting Blaze paint at a target about 50 feet away.I was stunned. Its just so sweeeet for gap shooting on the airball field or long balling on the bush fields.Its the same guts as the high end Tourney guns, just a cooler wrapper, (for me) so the TAC-ONE is the marker to get if you like both airball and woodsball.

UPDATE: Feb 3, 2005:Put the first few thousand rounds though MY TAC and it has preformed flawlessly, the new loader has been very consistent and the level ten bolt set-up works like a charm.My brother grabed my TAC and I asked him to shoot paint till thr was no air at all.He did this and the level ten bounced off a couple rounds near the end of the air, the PSI got so low that the last two balls ended up butting up in the barrel and the tank was dead.VERY IMPRESSIVE.I think this is going to be quite a season for me ; )

Love it, couldn't be happier.
Go and Order one from Air Gun Designs...
best deal in town on a fantastic marker....
Conclusion: A super reliable marker from perhaps the best manufacturer around, has everything...accurate..light..tons o'style...Insane ROF...Level 10 Standard..simply cannot beat the price on the AGD TAC-ONE.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, February 3rd, 2005 at 12:28 am PST
 

Review Comments
TheBaron Monday, January 10th, 2005 | 7:39 am PST
Did a little checking and it seems like you and Schitballstwat have only posted about this marker. Do you guys work for the company?

Just a bit odd I thought considering the part you guys wrote about other markers used.

Very good reviews reviews though, seems well thought out. Unless I find someone saying deffrently I might shell out some money for it.
   

D-Block Thursday, February 10th, 2005 | 2:08 pm PST
How do you walk your ULT?...the only times I've heard of people being able to walk their ULT's is with a tank puttin out 1100+ psi...
   

laxmike65 Wednesday, March 16th, 2005 | 11:16 am PST
hey i was just wondering what type of barrel threading the tac-one has im looking at getting one and would like to knwo so i can order a longer barrel with it?
   

mr metallica Wednesday, March 16th, 2005 | 8:18 pm PST
if youve been playing for 15 years then put that in your ptball exp part of your report
   

unclewillie Thursday, March 31st, 2005 | 12:15 pm PST
The Tac-one is autococker threaded.
   

TheBaron Sunday, April 24th, 2005 | 2:43 am PST
quote:
Originally posted by D-Block
How do you walk your ULT?...the only times I've heard of people being able to walk their ULT's is with a tank puttin out 1100+ psi...

I had a speedballer walk my Tac-One with ULE trigger and it kept up with an electro-shocker. I don't have that ability yet but I have seen it first hand.
   

DS_SS5788 Tuesday, May 10th, 2005 | 9:03 pm PST
this is hilarious! have you seen the pictures? who buys a 500 dollar marker and puts cammo tape on it?!?! that's great! anyways...
   

DS_SS5788 Tuesday, May 10th, 2005 | 9:15 pm PST
i saw this marker in a mag and almost pooped in my pants... i love markers that are more realistic looking or more scenario based but can still preform in speedball. my tippy works great for woods and lookin' cool mods, but it sucks when i play with it behind those bunkers, sure i can swap paint with the cockers but its hard as hec'. i've used a lot of markers over the years, i've had to fix a LOT of markers too, being the fact that i run a field for a youth camp... so i've been in several different types of markers, mostly low- end markers. so i don't know to much about high ends yet. but im wanting to get one, and this looked like a good one. anyways i just wanted to know how this compares to most other markers of its class, keeping in mind that this baby looks like it rocks both worlds of the paintball realm...
   

automagsrock68 Monday, June 20th, 2005 | 8:43 am PST
I Wish I bought one of these instead of my classic, but oh well...
   

rakim Sunday, July 17th, 2005 | 2:04 am PST
So you have to actually buy a macroline to set it up?
   

Slinky17 Sunday, March 19th, 2006 | 5:01 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by mr metallica
if youve been playing for 15 years then put that in your ptball exp part of your report

You can't it only goes up to "more than five years."
   

Pizzaluvr Monday, October 15th, 2007 | 12:42 am PST
Since when is a blow-forward gun the same as an electro? It's only the same as an unbalanced spooler(Ion and PMR are two examples).
Last edited on Monday, October 15th, 2007 at 12:50 am PST
   

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