Trilogy pro cocker, evil driver barrel, pmi pure energy 68 4500psi tank, empire reloader 2 hopper, shock tech drop forward.
New barrel (totally optional), drop forward (optional), Powered hopper (a must).
Price, accuracy, shoots great out of the box.
None, just don't short stroke the trigger.
I have to admit I was a bit skeptical because of how cheap it was and the fact I have never owned or shot a cocker. But take it from me that all my fears and doubts were layed to rest once I tested it. The stock barrel shot great, though a bit loud, and the paint I shot flew as straight as I have ever seen(and that paint was over a year old and I was using Co2!). The color of the marker is nice and since the front block and three way are built in it's less moving parts to worry about. Overall it's a great peforming marker and even though you can use Co2 on it I would recommend HPA, it's accurate and for a mechanical marker it can throw the paint.
I would recommend this marker to anyone who is wanting a good quality, accurate marker that shots great out of the box and is easy to use.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, November 21st, 2004 at 2:06 pm PST
Short stroking is what happens when you don't allow the trigger to fully cycle meaning if you don't pull it all the way back and let it go back to it's normal postion it a double feed. But don't get discouraged the trigger pull is pretty short and unless you to try fan the trigger you won't have any problems.
shortening the trigger pull involve the 3 way. u might be able to. not sure since the 3 way is in the gun. and the stock barrel is better then the evil driver barrel. its a freakin kaner barrel. and u can to walk the trigger. it doesnt matter if its electric. its just harder when its mech